Ready to stop compulsive eating without dieting or counting calories ever again? Curious about that phrase “Psycho-Spiritual Wellness”?
Well, you landed in the right spot! Here’s what I would do if I was you…
There are 6 steps below, and I’ll be happy if you just get to #1 — and I’ll be delighted if you make it to #6 😊
Step 1 — And seriously, you do NOT want to skip this step…
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Compulsive eating is NOT fun. And that’s why I made my life about helping other people dig themselves out of the pit. It’s an awful, awful pit.
I often like to share my best content and stories via email because it’s a more personal space. Human to human. Trust me, my emails are EPIC.
Plus, I know how weird the phrase “Psycho-Spiritual Wellness” sounds, so I like to send my new subscribers more frequent emails — at least initially — to help you grasp the concepts faster.
So, get on my newsletter below. You’ll get a copy of my free mini ebook The Spiritual Seeker’s Guide to Stop Binge Eating — and and a free 5-day crash course in Psycho-Spiritual Wellness to catch you up to speed.
Step 2: Take my quiz to discover your eating psychology strength
Even if you feel like you only have weaknesses around food...
I look forward to convincing you otherwise. Because as Brene Brown once said, "The brokenhearted are the bravest among us because they dared to love." And as I will paraphrase, "The broken-spirited are the bravest among us because they dared to try."
If you feel broken-spirited around food — like you are bound to ride the yo-yo dieting roller coaster for the rest of your life — then pleeeease give me the chance to show you where your strengths are.
Click below to take the quiz:
Step 3: Understand why you do the things you do around food
Start with my bestselling workbook on stopping self-sabotage
Self-sabotage around food is the worst. Sometimes it looks like "eating well all week" only to binge on Friday night... and keep the binge going until Monday morning.
Other times it looks like knowing in your brain what your body needs, but then compulsively reaching for chips or cookies when you don't actually want to!!!
Why do we do these things?!
Believe it or not, self-sabotage is driven by the fact that we are somehow getting something positive from it. I know it sounds crazy!!! But when you do my workbook, you'll see what I mean.
And that workbook is called Why We Do the Things We Do. It's a harpoon for the limiting beliefs that drive self-sabotage, and it's my most popular offering.
Some people say "feel it to heal it" — and while I whole-heartedly agree, sometimes we need to take a step back and "see it to heal it" first.
After all, if we don't know why we do the things we do around food, how can we break free?
Step 4: Get in on "The Whole Shebang!"
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Not only will you get access to ALL of my books, workbooks, and online courses — but you'll get them bundled at a whopping 25% off. It's the best deal I offer (that's $137 that you're saving).
If you deeply resonate with the things I talk about on my blog and by email, you'll LOVE each of these digital products. I packed so much soul into each one, and they all brings something different to the path to feeling normal around food, which is the goal.
(Oh, and if you've already purchased something and later decide you want The Whole Shebang, just email me and I'll send you a custom coupon code so that you can apply the price you've already paid.
Because I hate buyer's remorse and love doing anything I can to prevent you from feeling it!!!)
Step 5: Hit reply to one of my emails!
Since I don't use social media, I tend to my inbox like a zen garden
OK, as you'll soon see when you get on my email list, I tend to sign off my emails with the words "hit reply!!!" — and I mean it. I know some people say it and then never actually read or reply, but I promise you that I read and reply to every single email that I get.
Also, I don't use social media, so you can't find me on Instagram of Facebook. (Although I do have a YouTube channel and Pinterest account, but those aren't as conductive to conversations as an email.)
Email truly is my favorite method of communication, because I like to be comfortable and cozy when I communicate, and email is just that! It's just you and me, sharing some heart-to-hearts about the crazy messy process of stopping compulsive eating.
So, send me an email sometime to firstname.lastname@example.org. I dare you. I double dog dare you. And I will reply, I promise.
Step 6: Try some one-on-one coaching
I mention this last because I know it takes some rapport
One-on-one coaching is MY JAM!!!
This is my favorite part of what I do, and I would love the chance to meet you and work together on the psycho-spiritual path to stopping compulsive eating.
Of course, I mention this last because I know from personal experience that a lot of deliberation goes into choosing a coach to work with, and it helps if you can research their work a little (ok, a lot) before hand 😉 that's why I recommend getting on my newsletter at the very least, or diving into any of my paid products.
If you like my newsletters and/or my products, then you'll love working together, because it's more of the same, BUT BETTER. Way better.
Often, the biggest thing I provide for my clients is the a-ha moment that was right in front of their nose, but they just couldn't see it. I would love to hold the mirror up for you one day, so that you can accelerate the path to feeling normal around food.
Thanks for reaching the end my friend.