Is Fear Holding You Back?

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Hi there!! I appreciate you being here!

I hope this post helps to guide you in figuring out what fear is holding you back when it comes to finding balance with food & how to move past it!

Start by asking yourself this question:

  1. What scares me the most about actively learning to eat intuitively & listen to my body?

The most common answers I hear are:

  • Fear of weight gain
  • Fear of losing control/overeating
  • Fear of not caring about my health

Next, ask:

  1. How is this holding me back?

Most common answers:

  • I can’t move forward
  • I continue to be obsessed with food
  • I keep bingeing due to the stress of the diet

Then, ask:

  1. What would happen if I get rid of this fear?

(answers vary depending on person & fear!)

Next:

  1. Is it worth it to me to get over this fear?

Most often the answer is yes!

Lastly, decide:

  1. What steps to I need to take to move past this fear?

Most common answers:

  • Work on allowing myself to eat all foods
  • Start getting guidance from someone who’s been there
  • Stop weighing myself
  • ….and lots more!

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Did you go through these questions? Did they help you? Let me know by sending a quick email to eatworkplaybalanced@Gmail.com. I love to hear from you! 🙂

Xoxo,
Abby

​P.S. Make sure to sign up for my free video series (comes straight to your inbox) on how to stop bingeing, how to stop dieting, and how to start listening to your body without gaining weight! Click here for it.​

 

 

 

 

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About Eat Work Play Balanced

Abby is a certified health coach who knows how difficult it can be to get out of the diet cycle and mindset. On the Eat Work Play Balanced blog you'll find tips, strategies, and info that can help you transform your relationship with food to find balance! *Disclaimer-I am not a doctor, and do not treat or diagnose women with eating disorders.