Curb the Binge: The Podcast
Curb the Binge: The Podcast was started in 2016 with the simple idea that, if we can curb the behaviors we use to distract ourselves, we’ll be left with time and energy enough to finally live our dreams. What stands in the way? Often, our fear. When the pain of living in our coping mechanisms becomes greater than our fear of breaking free and shining our full light, we will finally let go. And it will be glorious.
Isabel Foxen Duke is a force: she gets right at what she perceives is imprisoning women in the cycle of dieting and then, inevitably, binging. She fearlessly calls out restriction
Sometimes in the binge eating/food addiction community, we get into a distinction between taking a boundary-setting approach to our healing – such as weighing and measuring our food – and
Kathe Izzo is a powerhouse. It isn’t an overstatement to say that she has helped me create some of the most beautiful developments in my life. What I love
“I Don’t Believe that God Likes Repetition” – Healing Habitual Patterns Through Mindfulness with Felix Lopez
I believe we all want to heal from the inside out, rather than just managing our “condition” or symptoms. This involves lifting the curtain just a little bit and taking
Susan Peirce Thompson’s book, “Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free” has finally arrived, and it will be a paradigm-changer. It’s already a #1 bestseller on