Answering a newsletter reader question about how to deal with negative postpartum body image after gaining weight during her second pregnancy
Q: My husband is big on “diet talk.” He’s always referring to food as “good” or “bad.” If he has a “bad” eating day he talks about “getting back on the horse” to have a good eating day tomorrow. How do you recommend responding to this? A: I love this question. Jen! First things first. I don’t know how long you’ve been with your guy but as anyone who has been in a relationship for more than about a minute knows, you can’t make someone change. Even if you’re obviously right, even if they’re leading themselves down a path of self-destruction, even you’re going to lose your mind if you see one more crumpled up receipt on the counter… you get the idea. People change only when they want to (and even then, it can be hard.)
Pam Moore, occupational therapist, certified intuitive eating coach, endurance athlete, and health and fitness journalist, shares her own journey to intuitive eating and basic discussion of what intuitive eating is.
In this ten-minute Tuesday I'm bringing you my reflections on my experience riding my road bike up Mt. Evans (the highest paved road in North America!) and what that has to do with joyful movement. If you're not into riding you bike up mountains, that's totally fine and you should still listen —because joyful movement really … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 40| Ten-minute Tuesday: Joyful movement: It’s not about the movement
In this episode, I'm talking about joyful movement- what it is, why it matters, and how to tell whether you're incorporating it into your life or not.Links/Resources My newsletter Are you ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I offer 1:1 intuitive eating coaching. Learn more here. Have a question you'd like me … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast ep. 38| What is joyful movement and why it matters