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The cane is again my companion as I hobble around the park due to a run-in with an icepack gone wrong!
Stéfanie and Cheryl give me a lot to think about as we discover how Robot Aliens are actually my protectors. I share how I’m finally learning to understand myself through therapy and intuitive eating techniques help me make peace with my body. Lisa from Boston calls the bravery hotline with her book recommendation and I’m thrilled that Stephanie writes me from Germany. I finally discover how to look at all of the international iTunes stores and see the brave companions’ reviews in countries outside of the U.S., and we give a big welcome shout-out to our newest listener and brave companion, Tove.
Here’s my little podcast assistant, Tiger. He loves to help with FB posting and show editing. Maybe he should get a production credit?
Ouch! Here’s the burn on my left knee from letting an icepack remain against my bare skin by accident. Don’t do that! I always ice my knee after bike riding, and this time it bit me.
Brand new listener and Brave Companion Tove’s hello post on Day 6. Please welcome Tove!
Stéfanie’s comment noticing the change in Robot Alien role on day 54
Cheryl’s agreement comment
My reply to Stéfanie and Cheryl
My German Song on Day 16
My episode about body size not indicating whether you have an eating issue on Day 18
The episode about how hard it is to balance getting over binge eating while dieting on Day 9
Eating in the Light of the Moon
Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationship with Food Through Myths, Metaphors, and Storytelling
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Host: Laurie Weaver
Main Theme:I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
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