"You can have a great relationship with food, a restored relationship with your own body, and many years of recovery behind you and still feel triggered by what I call 'food noise': that great nimbus of conversation that includes, but is not limited to, detoxes, weight loss initiatives, slim downs, tone ups, dietary reboots, and/or lessons in why a particular food is the devil, or why a bite of some other suspect ingredient is sure to make you fat, sick, and nearly dead. And if you’re anything like me, the fact that these moments make you feel anxious becomes yet another source of grief, because there’s nothing more frustrating than realizing that you’re just a little more tender and vulnerable than you thought you were."


Please read this article, I think it will resonate with many of you.

This is the nutritionist I plan to meet with in October.  I need to get a handle on my relationship with food, since overall it really isn't very healthy.  At the moment, I am the heaviest I have been in years and I had another break down last night when I realized that my running is not going that well because of injuries/I cannot burn enough calories because I cannot run enough/my boyfriend is coming in a week and I am enormous.  Reading this helped bring me back to earth for a minute.



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