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Are you your own worst critic? Are you harder on yourself than anyone else is?
When you’re healing your relationship with food, on a deeper level you’re healing your relationship with yourself. This can be hugely challenging when you’ve spent most of your life beating yourself up for never being or doing quite good enough.
Behavioral science shows us that effective and lasting change occurs when the changes feel good. When we beat ourselves up as we’re trying to make important life changes, it only slows us down and reverses progress.
That’s why this week’s podcast topic is all about building up your self-worth, and releasing your deep-seated negative beliefs about yourself that block you from true healing, and keep you in the cycle of self-sabotage.
We’ve invited Bethany Dotson, trauma-informed yoga therapist and relationship coach to help us with her perspective on self-worth and releasing self-destructive patterns. Bethany is a domestic violence and childhood trauma survivor herself, with over a decade of experience helping professional, high-achieving women heal anxiety, C/PTSD, find their power and skyrocket their confidence after divorce or toxic relationships, communicate better, navigate conflict and most importantly, co-create healthy relationships.
We’ll be drawing from Bethany’s expertise, as well as our food freedom principles to help you better understand how to build up your self-worth, while releasing the negative belief patterns that block you from healing.
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