Is your eating out of control? Do you think about food all the time? Are you fed up with diets and ready for a new approach? Learn to change your unhealthy, unhappy relationship to food. You can make peace with food and feel good about yourself!
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst dedicated to helping people stop dieting and start living their best lives. She offers a fresh approach in the treatment of food issues.
When you’re upset, do you tell yourself to look on the bright side? If so, you may be making things worse instead of better. In this episode, Dr. Nina explains the ways you may be dismissing yourself and offers suggestions on how to respond differently to yourself and how to tolerate difficult emotions.
What are you hungry for right now? Is it food… or do you have a deeper hunger, for something emotionally fulfilling? Maybe what you truly hunger for is love and connection. In this episode, Dr. Nina explores the connection between relationships and emotional eating. She identifies four different attachment styles and how they impact your relationship to food.
How do you talk to yourself? Do you say mean things that you’d never say to a friend, partner, spouse or child? If so, it’s affecting how you feel – and how you eat. In this episode, Dr. Nina describes five ways you’re sabotaging your diet, all having to do with the way you talk to yourself.