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I appreciate a brief breeze that blows by, temporarily cooling my skin while it’s playing with my hat!
I ponder how we can easily fall prey to self-imposed rules, even when we are trying to practice intuitive eating. New brave companion, Helen, supports another listener and shares some of her own story. Stephanie from Germany asks a compelling question about how trying to stop a binge might make a binge compulsion worse. Cheryl and Sue have an interesting comment conversation about letting go of our food compulsion identities. Shout-outs to Canadian iTunes listeners for a new record, Alen Standish for his help in our last show, and to new Stitcher listeners who’ve added Compulsive Overeating Diary to their playlists.
Ahh, a nice sense of shade on this blazin’ hot day!
Alen Standish’s blog and podcast, Progress, Not Perfection
My Weight Story photos
Helen’s comment supporting Crystal on Day 17 and some of Helen’s own story
Crystal’s story on Who are the Brave Companions?
Cheryl’s comment about letting go of our food identity on Day 60
Sue’s comment about the importance of finding out who we are on Day 60
My Independence Day Blog Post
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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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