Join Me July for FEW: Food, Emotions and Weight

FE0Dissatisfaction with weight and body image is at an all-time high. According to a Glamour (April, 2013) magazine study, 97% of women suffer negative thoughts about their bodies every hour.  Weight loss solutions have created a $60 billion industry, but few women are happy with the results they’ve achieved in attempts to lose weight.  Between conflicting health fads, diet trends, and claims about body chemistry and physiology, it’s hard not to feel overwhelmed with all of the information available and choices we make about our bodies.

Weight happens to us.  Our bodies take on different sizes and shapes thanks to countless—and mostly unconscious—choices throughout our lives.  That doesn’t mean we have to continue to struggle in the dark about our body image issues.

How do our thoughts, emotions, habits, and behaviors contribute to our weight?  How much do self-esteem, self-acceptance, and self-dislike play into our ability to lose weight?

My upcoming workshop will help you deal with these struggles in a SAFE and SUPPORTIVE environment. The details are below, I hope you’ll join me!


  • lisapeyton

    This looks like an AMAZING workshop Sharon – I know I have struggled with emotional eating all my life. Perhaps I’ll join you this summer. Great work!