Like invisible shackles, they keep you from being satisfied.
They make you eat food you don’t want and longing for food you do want.
What keeps you tied to them?
Fear of being alone with yourself.
Or if you let the rules go, cast out of what’s popular or easy to talk about: body hatred.
Gratefully, this fear is soothe-able with support and willingness to take risks to satisfy your hungers; with and for more than just food.
There is so much more for you. Connect with me to find out how to get there. http://meetme.so/TracyBrown
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I wanted to reach out about how to manage the food rules when they have been “prescribed” for health reasons. I have a thyroid condition (and a history with an eating disorder) that has been hard to manage and was told to go on an elimination diet to help. However, now I have to avoid eating so many foods (and some that I love so much) and my mind can’t separate these rules for improving my health vs good food/bad food/restriction/perfection thoughts from my eating disorder. I don’t know how to navigate this and my eating disordered thoughts are all becoming overwhelming again trying to follow this. Now when my body is craving certain foods I have so much fear in eating them because I am afraid it will make my body “sick”. Do you have any advice on how to follow a plan like this without retriggering eating disorder thinking? Thanks so much!!