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My past trauma keeps me from healing my relationship with food (Ep 110 with Julie Church and Kara Bozzi): Are you struggling to accept your body size, even though you've made peace with food? Is past trauma still affecting our ability to find true and lasting recovery? Julie Church and Kara Bozzi join me to break down this part of the Food Peace™...

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Are you struggling to accept your body size, even though you've made peace with food? Is past trauma still affecting our ability to find true and lasting recovery? Julie Church and Kara Bozzi join me to break down this part of the Food Peace™ journey. Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds. This episode is brought to you by my online course, Your Step-by-Step Guide to PCOS and Food Peace™. Sign up now to get on the waitlist for the next enrollment period in April, and receive my FREE road map: Your First 3 Steps Toward Food Peace™ with PCOS. You CAN make peace with food even with PCOS and I want to show you how Product links may be affiliate. If you click and make a purchase, there's no extra cost to you. Episode's Key Points: Working with a dietitian and therapist TEAM is so important for full recovery! Julie Church, RD, and Kara Bozzi, therapist, from Opal: Food + Body Wisdom Center join us to talk about this week's letter. Our eating behaviors are coping mechanisms, and sometimes we have to engage in some disordered behaviors to protect ourselves. Shifting our relationship with our body is SO hard, especially when body hatred has plagued us for so long. Seeking healing means there's HOPE to find further growth and peace! Our world is so, SO fatphobic, and it wrongly connects our weight to our health and our self-worth. Part of the work is disconnecting weight from these other factors. Making peace with food and acting in self-care through nourishing ourselves does NOT mean you will lose weight, and it does NOT mean you'll be in a smaller body! Food peace doesn't equate to thinness. Support yourself through this weight bias we experience by finding community. Advocate for yourself, and demand respect for your body! You deserve safe relationships. Interrogate what's behind the body hatred! Trauma, weight bias... these things can contribute to us not feeling safe in our bodies and disrupt our body image. Part of the process is striving for a more relational relationship with our bodies. Investigate some somatic work, and dig deep. Show Notes: Julie Dillon RD blog Link to subscribe to the weekly FREE Food Peace™ Newsletter. It is sent out every Tuesday morning. By signing up, I will also send you Love Food's Food Peace™ Syllabus. Opal: Food + Body Wisdom Lynn Hurdle-Price's TEDx Talk ---> This week'sFood Peace™ Syllabus addition #1 "Intro to Body Image Work" by Isabel Foxen Duke ---> This week'sFood Peace™ Syllabus addition #2 Isabel Foxen Duke's Love, Food Podcast episode The Appetite Podcast Eating Disorder Dietitians can help your Food Peace™ journey. Get access to one near you here. Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com.  Click here to leave me a review in iTunes and subscribe. This type of kindness helps the show continue! Thank you for listening to the Love, Food series.

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