235: Debunking Menopause Myths Once and for All (Part 2)
26 min

Today I’m tackling even more menopause myths that are so disempowering and disruptive to women, holding you back from living your best life in menopause and beyond. You deserve to face your day with energy, grace, and confidence, and the first step is exposing and letting go of the lies that you may be holding onto.

 

Tune in now to see which of these myths you’ve been believing (whether consciously or not), and how you can take ownership of your health starting today!

 

  • A simple energy-boosting practice that takes less than 30 seconds per day
  • The truth about how menopause sets in (hint: it doesn’t happen overnight)
  • Why feeling sick, tired, and miserable doesn’t have to be “normal” during menopause
  • Real ways to approach symptoms (without synthetic hormones) even when you’re postmenopausal
  • And more!

 

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Essentially You episode 233: Debunking Menopause Myths Once and for All Part 1

The Essential Oils Menopause Solution

Top 11 Supplements to Balance Hormones Naturally

 

Related resources:

Essentially You episode 211: What is the Difference Between Perimenopause and Menopause, and Why is it so Confusing?

Essentially You episode 188: The Low-Down on Hormones and How to Get Your Mojo Back in Menopause with Dr. Anna Cabeca

Essentially You episode 174: How to Be a Menopause Boss—4 Steps to Thriving in Menopause with Kyrin Dunston

How to Love Your Body
How to Love Your Body
The Body Love Society
Ep 133 - Why balance isn't the answer
Welcome to How to Love Your Body - On today’s episode we are going to be talking about why balance isn’t the answer. It seems to be a common misconception you can stop dieting and just be balanced - what a healthy and sensible answer to our food issues! This actually is just another way to control. When you think balance you may think - never eat too much or little. Instead of restricting the dessert, allow yourself to have a little. Eat but make sure you “watch what you eat.” It may not be extreme restriction because you are allowing but it still is all about limitation - and limitation - and forcing yourself into a perfectly balanced place will still cause bingeing. Obsession. And we can bet there isn’t that feeling of freedom around food. Trying to force yourself into balance isn’t food freedom - it’s dieting. Diet culture is getting sneakier - they sell a “gentle” diet and call it balance. If humans could just limit what they ate and find “balance” - that means diets would work - but scientifically we know diets don’t work. Pursuing balance is actually counterproductive. It is still a form of restriction - causing you to retaliate against the rules, keeping in that screw it attitude when you mess up. We know - you may be saying, but I want to feel balanced with food. I want to be able to allow all food and give myself unconditional permission to eat and I also want to care about my health - I want to eat nutrient dense food I want to eat the rich pasta dish and the salad. I want to eat veggies with some of my meals and eat the dessert.. Isn’t that balance? How do I achieve this? Balance is a great place to land and that’s where we feel we live and many clients we have worked with have ended up. NOTE: Balance is not something that is now perfectly in the middle. It’s not a forced place where you are never too full or never too hungry - it’s not the center. There’s an ebb and flow to balance in the UnDiet world - It’s a sway - on any given day you may eat more, you may eat less, you may eat anything in between. Balance is, yes, eating the pizza and the salad but it is also eating just the pizza on certain days because that’s what sounds the best to you and your body and then on other days it might be eating just the salad if that’s what feels the best to you - there is no diet mentality attached and all decisions are made from a place of how your body feels - certain days COULD look like “traditional balance” where you have some of everything without swaying too far from the middle but it could also look like swaying far to the left or right of the middle - that is IE / UnDieting and balance / that is how you live a sustainable life because there’s lots of room to sway. But when you pursue balance, it’s forced, it’s fake, it’s a diet - it’s still rules, there’s still shoulds. It seems counterintuitive but you need to forget about balance in order to naturally find balance. Meaning - if you are totally fine with eating as much chocolate as you want, anytime, any amount - there are no rules, shoulds or anything to retaliate against and your body has permission to find balance within that freedom, leaving you FREE and balanced. This doesn’t mean you always only have a couple bites but it means that it’s just a food that fits into your life with ease and flow. True lifelong balance can only come with giving yourself complete freedom and go from there. And of course this won’t happen on day 1 but it does come. Here are some ways you can work on finding balance as an UnDieter. -Spot all or nothing thinking around food - this is not about living in the world of extremes anymore. See where you can spot yourself thinking - I can have it all - OR - I can have nothing. I either have to be good OR bad. I have to restrict it all OR eat it all. There is no in between. Spotting this type of thinking is the first step to creating more balance in your life - awareness is how you can begin to shift the way you think about food and how you make choices about food. -Use the word AND - this is something that will allow you to “have it all” - you don’t have to opt for the “healthy” or “unhealthy” - if you really want - Instead of having the burger and fries or the green kale salad you can have the burger AND the salad - ALLOWING any foods at all -No judgement zone - Days are going to be different - the signals will be different - hunger will be different - and that is 100% acceptable - no matter what happens in a day - no judgement - it’s learning, it’s experimenting. -Honor and expect the ebb and flow - Know that balance does not mean right smack dab in the center - KNOW and expect there will be an ebb and flow and know that is normal - and everyone’s ebb and flow will be different. Whatever your ebb and flow is what is. No forcing. No changing. No fixing - it’s right where it’s meant to be Let go of the idea of balance and let your body find it itself This is the only way to have balance within a life of freedom It’s not up to you and when you CHOOSE to be balanced, it comes with this work. Just like your weight - we don’t get to choose and magically have the body size we want, our bodies find it’s happy place on it’s own. Mindset of Allowing - being completely okay with eating and eating enough. Eating any kinds of food and then within that framework you can listen to your body. This is a key requirement to balance (even though it seems like the opposite would be true) You may have heard that we have a documentary coming out in early 2021 called Behind the Before and After - We’re super excited about this so we decided to have an online community prescreening so we can all watch it together and you can also be entered into a giveaway where you can get 6 months of free UnDiet Support. To get on the list - go to bit.ly/btbagiveaway Before we go please Rate / Review our podcast to get the message out there. :) See you next week!
30 min
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Steph Gaudreau
How Racial Identity Can Impact Your Relationship With Food w/ SharRon Jamison
Learning how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is critical for understanding the political, pathological, and personal ways in which black women and women of color experience their relationship to food. The truth is, food affects people differently, especially when it comes to their racial identity, and it is only by shedding the societal ‘should’s’ and outdated believes that we can soar higher. Key Takeaways If You Want To Better Understand Why Food Is Political, Pathological, and Personal You Should: * Hold space for the anger of black women and women of color * Stand with black women and women of color in solidarity * Do not shrink into shame but instead shine in power * Ask how best you can support black women and women of color * Become committed to the sisterhood and stop living from a scarcity mindset * Understand the lasting effects of food insecurity and racism * Create space for people to work through their pain without trying to rescue them * Embrace the incredible journey of discovering your own soul * Let go of the beliefs that undermine your gifts and strengths Putting Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes with SharRon Jamison SharRon Jamison is a teacher, leader, minister, author, entrepreneur, and life strategist who is passionate about helping others be who they were born to be instead of settling for what society has told them to be. Through her own experience with racial injustice, eating disorders, and the patriarchy, SharRon breaks down boundaries and exposes inequalities so that women can come together and heal as a community. Down With the Patriarchy The patriarchy that we have been socialized into thrives by pitting women against each other and forcing a scarcity mindset. We are told not to trust other women and to compete with them as if there is only room for one of us at the top. While there is evidence of a light being turned on in America, we are still at the beginning stages of this illumination. SharRon sees the first step to dismantling the patriarchy as white women coming together and standing with black women and women of color. Next, we need to embrace our ability to not shrink in shame but rather to shine in our power. Thirdly, white cis-gendered people need to be vocal about asking marginalized communities how they can provide support. Finally, by being committed to the sisterhood, we can spread the education necessary to stop wounding people of color. Racism, Food, and the Diet Industry Food is political, can be pathological, and is very personal. Many things may impact your ability to be healthy that are not directly in your control. This plays into the patriarchal system by keeping those oppressed and giving them very little opportunity to rise up from that oppression. The BUGS (beliefs that undermine your strengths and gifts) that society has told you to believe are true are keeping people suffering. SharRon wants you to remember who you were before society told you that you were not enough, and work to help others without the same privileges to stop being ignored by this broken system. Equip yourself with the tools, remember who you are, and advocate for other people so that we can step into the illumination that so many desperately need to see. Have you ever connected the dots between systematic oppression, patriarchy, diet culture, and racism? Share how you are working to heal the ‘sister wound’ through sisterhood in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode * The four steps that you can take to come together with other women and heal the collective wounds of the patriarchy (9:03) * Personal ways that being a black woman has altered SharRon’s relationship with food (15:29) * Why food carries different political, pathological, and personal weight for women of color (18:32) * How your racial background and socioeconomic status can impact your health and wellbeing (24:01) * The importance of decolonizing your thinking and connecting your history to your density (28:15) Quotes “We are being used as puppets to wound each other. And when we are aware of what is happening, we will stop wounding each other and start winning with each other and change the entire status quo.” (8:05) “Just like a fish does not know they are swimming in water, sometimes we do not know that we are swimming in this toxic pool called white supremacy.” (11:32) “I think that it is really, really important that people see how racism touches every aspect of their lives. So now, a lot of black women are not getting help, and anytime you don’t get help, you don’t get hope.” (18:10) “People are hurting, and it is overlooked because when you are a person of color, you don’t have visibility. Or you are deemed as less valuable. So I feel pain, but I also feel pride. I feel pride because, despite limited resources, people find a way.” (24:42) “Who were you before society told you who you were? You were amazing before you were socialized to be second class, before racism, before sexism, before ableism. You came to the world amazing, greatness is in your DNA!” (28:47) Links Join the Tune In Membership Here SharRon Jamison Website What Not To Say To Women Of Color by SharRon Jamison Dare To Be Me Program Deciding To Soar 2: Unwrapping Your Purpose by SharRon Jamison Follow SharRon on Facebook | Instagram Join the Listen To Your Body Newsletter Steph Gaudreau Website Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!
40 min
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Samantha Gladish: Online Nutritionist, Weight Loss Coach and Hormone Fixer-
130: Healthy Holiday Gift Ideas
Are you excited to celebrate the holidays? Get into the holiday spirit with these gift ideas with a healthy twist. You can find all the info and links about this episode at https://holisticwellness.ca/episode130 Topics Discussed in this Episode: * My holiday gift ideas * Essential oils * Skincare * Supplements * Healthy gift baskets * Books and journals * Meal prep kits and homemade treats * Sleep kits and fitness kits * The SodaStream * Coupons Key Takeaways: * Essential oils always make amazing gifts. And especially this year when there’s been this bigger awareness about taking responsibility for how we’re showing up for our health, essential oils fit in beautifully. * If you are ready to ditch your toxic cleaning products, revamp your skincare, and also support your hormonal health, adrenal health, energy, digestion, etc., essential oils are the way to go. * If you’re looking to support your hormones and take it up a notch in the new year with your health, and get on a better routine, gift yourself with some amazing supplements. * For somebody who really wants to step up their health in the new year, a great gift idea would be to give them the tools that will help them be successful. Action Steps: * Make DIY essential oil gifts for friends and family. You can buy some empty bottles and make DIY all-purpose cleaners and roll-on blends. * Support your loved one’s health or longevity by gifting them with supplements. * Peruse the Natura Market website: Naturamarket.ca and put together nice little gift packs for friends and family. * Head over to hormonesolutionbook.com and gift The 30-Day Hormone Solution to yourself or someone who wants to dive deeper into hormonal health. * Put together meal prep kits, sleep kits, and fitness kits to give as gifts. * Make coupons. Samantha said: “It’s your decision; it’s your choice how you want to head into the holiday season… Especially this year with everything that we have all been through, with what’s been going on with the pandemic, we need these things to celebrate.” “Make sure that you give yourself some downtime and some time to truly celebrate and enjoy the holiday season.” Thanks for listening! Important Announcements: Don’t forget to connect with me over on Instagram, @holisticwellnessfoodie. Let me know if there’s anything you’d love for me to expand on. It would also mean so much if you would leave us a rating or a review at any podcast platform that you’re listening to us on. Links to things I talk about in the show: * Save 20% off Energybits Spirulina and Chlorella at energybits.com. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES. * Save 15% off ALL Organifi products at organifishop.com. Check out Organifi Immune to help support your body during the cold and flu season. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES for your 15% savings. * Save 20% off ALL Alitura Naturals SkinCare at https://alituranaturals.com. The Clay Mask is the BEST!! * Save 15% storewide on LeesTea and LeesGhee (the pink chai is my absolute fav! and their maple ghee is amazing in coffee and perfect over roasted vegetables). Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES - leesprovisions.com/healthyhormones. * Check out CANPREV products across Canadian Health Food Stores and online at Natures-Source.ca - I personally LOVE their MYCO10 and Collagen powder. They are great to add to smoothies and elixirs. Also, check out their product ADRENAL CHILL for supporting the adrenal glands and helping your body better adapt to stress. * Save 15% off your very first order on Naturamarket.ca - They carry the best health food products and they are my go-to source for all things delicious! A few brands that I order on the regular - nutpods, siete, lily's chocolate, bobs red mill, simple mills and primal palate spices. You're gonna LOVE shopping here. They only ship to Canada*. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES and save 15%. Where you can find me: Samantha’s Facebook Samantha’s Instagram Samantha’s Website Samantha’s Twitter Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast Private Community on Facebook How you can work with me: * 6-Week Healthy Hormones for Women Intensive - Get 60% off when you enroll today! * Healing & Dealing with Hashi’s
43 min
The Love Food Podcast
The Love Food Podcast
Julie Duffy Dillon RDN
(230) Weight changes (Intuitive Eating Series)
Have you heard Intuitive Eating can help you lose weight if you do it right? Blech. NO. I know you've heard that yet it is sooooo off. That advice is steering you in the direction away from Food Peace. I want to help you get back on track. Listen to latest Love Food Podcast for insight. This episode of the Love Food Podcast is brought to you by Jennifer McGurk's Pursuing Private Practice programs. Anti-diet dietitians: take business building one step at a time surrounded by community and support. I highly recommend Jennifer's Pursuing Private Practice Programs. Check out her free resources for Love Food Listeners here: PursuingPrivatePractice.com/LoveFood NEW PODCAST ALERT Do you host a podcast I need to tell Love Food listeners about? I want to support Black podcasters get the word out about their fat positive show. Send details to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com. Dear Food: After a lifetime of eating, bingeing, and restricting, I finally felt like I needed to shift the way we exist in the world together. I've loved you, feared you, needed you, and abused you. We were in need of couples therapy. Luckily, I found a great podcast that was all about you! After binge listening to the Love Food Podcast, I was inspired to explore intuitive eating. For the last month, I've immersed myself into the intuitive eating/body positive culture by reading and investigating different books, blogs, etc. What I learned felt right, and I started to implement the tenets of intuitive eating. We had a great two week honeymoon, where I wasn't anxious about dining out and I allowed myself to eat what I truly craved. I was also vigilant about stopping before I got too full. It was pretty amazing to learn how little I actually needed to feel satisfied. Things were going great until I did something stupid. I stepped on the scale. Yes, I know the experts said you can't diet and practice intuitive eating at the same time. But, my old compulsion got the best of me. So I weighed myself and it turns out I lost a few pounds. Almost effortlessly. And that's where I derailed. Since finding out I've lost some weight, I've been bingeing and restricting again! It's the same thing I would do when I used to diet. Lose a little, and then eat my way back up the scale. What am I doing??? I can't seem to find the intuitive path again. Every day I try, but end up bingeing by the end of the day. How did I get here again? I was feeling so empowered and free just a couple of weeks ago, and now I'm feeling defeated and fat all over again. I somehow turned intuitive eating into another diet gone wrong. Food, I want to get us on the right path again but I'm not sure how. Love, Intuitive Saboteur SHOW NOTES: * Julie Dillon RD blog * Link to get latest Food Peace Syllabus. * Evelyn Tribole on Love Food * PCOS Body Liberation * 6 Keys To Food Peace * Julie on Instagram: Instagram.com/FoodPeaceDietitian * Find Eating Disorder Dietitians near you. Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com.
25 min
Intermittent Fasting Stories
Intermittent Fasting Stories
Gin Stephens
Nicole Poirier
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Nicole Poirier, a chef and author from San Francisco. Her specialty is personal transformation and nutritional healing. This episode is brought to you by Ritual. Now, in addition to Ritual Essential for Women and Essential for Men, they are offering Ritual Essential for Kids. Visit ritual.com/ifstories to save 10% for your first 3 months.  In 2016, Nicole began Keto and lost 40 pounds. But with almost three years of family tragedies, her weight loss stalled. In 2018, she came across Dr. Jason Fung's book, The Complete Guide to Fasting. This began her IF research, and next she found Delay, Don't Deny and Gin's DDD Facebook groups. Nicole began IF with 16:8, and immediately had more energy. She shares: "I didn't know I could feel better, and then I did!" Everything felt instantly clearer to Nicole, as a "new layer had been removed" in her life.  Nicole has a gluten allergy and eats fairly low carb to feel her best. Because "food is my job," a 16:8 protocol allows Nicole to taste the beautiful dishes she makes for her clients. She has gone from 225 pounds to 200 pounds, and from a size 12 to a size 8. Instead of a goal weight, Nicole has a goal body fat percentage. Through her IF journey, she has done a great deal of inner work, healing old beliefs she held true about her weight and acceptance. She also uses daily meditation. Nicole's book Intermittent Fasting Cookbook is now available. It is a celebration of food, different methods of IF, finding the right foods for your body, eating the most nutrient dense foods, and more than 80 delicious recipes! The advice Nicole would give new IFers: "IF is going to change your life, you're just going to need to give it a little bit of time. Trust the process. Enjoy the process. Start slow. You don't have to do everything right all at once."  You may find Nicole Poirier at: mindbodyketo.com and Instagram: @mind_body_keto Get Gin’s books, including her latest New York Times Bestseller, Fast. Feast. Repeat., available wherever you buy books! http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.html Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin: gin@intermittentfastingstories.com Follow Gin on Twitter _@gin_stephens_ Follow Gin on Instagram @GinStephens  Connect with Gin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779 Listen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast: _Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes_
57 min
Half Size Me
Half Size Me
Heather A. Robertson
Why You Don’t Have To Be Perfect To Be Proud Of Yourself | HSM 459
In episode 459 of The Half Size Me™ Show, Heather talks with Kate about why you don't have to be perfect to be proud of yourself and how her stressful job and relationships affected her weight what exercise she learned she didn’t like doing to lose weight why it’s helpful to have pride in yourself no matter what you weigh  why fitting into her favorite jeans helped motivate her what do after you gain weight  how she’s made peace with her weight being above her BMI range why it’s important to focus on what your body can do  and more! Do you want to get support and connection at a price you can afford? Then check out the Half Size Me Community here: https://halfsizeme.com/join About Half Size Me The Half Size Me™ Show is a weekly podcast. It will inspire and motivate you no matter where you are in your weight loss journey. Whether you're just getting started losing weight or having worked on your health and wellness for years, this show is for you! The Half Size Me Show is hosted by Heather Robertson, who lost 170 pounds over a period of about 5 years. Heather did it by learning new eating habits, getting regular exercise, and changing her mindset. On her popular weekly podcast, The Half Size Me Show, Heather shares her own lessons and struggles with you, and she shows you how to handle the real challenge of any weight loss journey... weight maintenance. Be sure to subscribe to The Half Size Me Show and join Heather every week as she shares information, inspiration, coaching, and conversations with REAL people who've learned weight loss isn't only about losing pounds, it's about finding yourself. Disclaimer: Heather is not a doctor, nurse, or certified health professional. What worked for her or her guests may not work for you. Please talk with your doctor, dietician, or other certified health professionals when seeking advice about your own weight loss or weight maintenance plan. All information included in The Half Size Me™ Podcast and on HalfSizeMe.com is for informational and inspirational purposes only. For additional disclaimer information, please visit HalfSizeMe.com. To contact Heather about the show, please click here to use the contact form.
58 min
Logical Weight Loss
Logical Weight Loss
Dave Jackson
How to Get Started Lifting Weights and Why?
This week, I'm ready to buckle down and get back on track. I found an article that has me wanting to mix in weight training. -------- WEIGH IN -------- 229.3 - I consider this my new starting weight. ------------------------------------ LIFTING WEIGHTS - HOW TO GET STARTED ------------------------------------ According to an article on Yahoo ( https://www.yahoo.com/news/often-strength-train-build-muscle-222209427.html ) , you can try doing full body exercises every other date. It's really important to give your body time to recuperate. You need to let your body repair itself. This time is when your muscles come back bigger. *WHY?* According to that article, "Numerous scientific studies show that regular strength training can be a huge benefit to your health long-term by improving cognitive function, emotional and mental well-being, and mobility by reducing muscle loss as you grow older." Keep in mind your muscles burn calories, and you naturally lose your muscle as you get older (yes, that does suck). The less muscles you have, the less calories you burn. The less calories you burn the more weight you may put on. HOW HARD DO YOU PUSH? --------------------- For muscle definition, choose a weight that has you fatigued by the end of six to 12 repetitions. In general you want to push yourself to the point where you can't do any more. As always contact your doctor and be safe (have a spotter if you're using a bench and doing bench presses). Your muscles get bigger when you push them to the point where you can't do it. During the day off your body repairs your muscles, and actually comes back bigger. EVENTUALLY DO MORE ------------------ At some point the weight you are using will become easier, and that's when its time to increase one of the following: * The number of sets, * The number of Reps, * Or you add more weight. People who do weight training on a regular basis reap the benefits years later. You may not like it now, buy your future self will thank you. SUPPORT THE SHOW BECOME A LOGICAL LOSER A private Facebook accountability group with additional information is at www.logicallosers.com ( http://www.logicallosers.com ) Come join the conversations and enjoy "Motivation Monday" "Weigh In Wednesday" and more. www.logicallosers.com
23 min
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
Dr. Janean Anderson
Episode 66: Positive Nutrition and Food Neutrality with Paige Smathers
On this episode with Paige Smathers, we dive into gentle nutrition and the journey of recovery. Paige shares with us some ways that we can take back food in terms of nourishing our bodies and being present in our bodies. We also discuss: * What practicing gentle nutrition may look like * How breaking away from diet culture brings liberation * Neutralizing all foods when practicing gentle nutrition * And much more! Connect with Paige on IG: @paigesmathersrd Paige Smathers, RDN, CD is a registered dietitian nutritionist in private practice and podcaster whose work revolves around helping people heal their relationships with food and their body. She specializes in chronic dieting, addiction recovery nutrition, eating disorders and family feeding dynamics. In her spare time, she can be found exploring the outdoors and making delicious food with her husband, two young daughters and her dog named Boone. She is the owner of Positive Nutrition™, which provides individual nutrition therapy, online courses, and mentorship and coaching for professionals. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook for more food for thought! Get your copy of Dr. Anderson’s book, Recover Your Perspective, on Amazon.com! This podcast is hosted and produced by Janean Anderson, Ph.D., CEDS-S. Dr. Anderson is a licensed psychologist, author, and podcast host. She holds the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist designation from the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). She is the Founder and Director of Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center, an outpatient treatment center in Denver, Colorado that specializes in eating disorders. Dr. Anderson also provides private, one-on-one recovery coaching for listeners of the podcast and for treatment providers seeking supervision and consultation for their CEDS. Interested? Email for more info: podcast@eatingdisorderrecoverypodcast.com This podcast is sponsored by EDCare. As one of the nation’s foremost centers for the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders, EDCare offers patients, their families, healthcare professionals and the community over 19 years of eating disorder experience. Their gender-inclusive programs include PHP, day and evening IOP, outpatient therapy and an adolescent program. Their unique mindfulness-based treatment philosophy CAMSA®, which stands for Connection, Acceptance, Mindfulness, Sense of self, and Action, is incorporated into each individualized treatment plan and supported by Master’s level clinicians or higher. EDCare offers four specialty programs for binge eating disorder, athletes, substance use, and trauma. Facilities are located in Denver, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, and Omaha. Affordable housing is available in Denver and Kansas City. Visit them online at www.eatingdisorder.care to learn more or call 866-771-0861 To learn more about the podcast, visit www.eatingdisorderrecoverypodcast.com. Follow Dr. Anderson’s work here: Facebook.com/DrAndersonAuthor Facebook.com/DrJaneanAnderson Twitter.com/DrJanean Instagram @drjaneananderson Get emails about Dr. Anderson’s writing and other happenings at www.eatingdisorderrecoverypodcast.com
50 min
Do The Thing, with Whole30's Melissa Urban
Do The Thing, with Whole30's Melissa Urban
Melissa Urban
Hypothangry | Dr. Vickie Bhatia
Hypothangry: Imagining a hypothetical confrontation, then playing out the fight you’d hypothetically have with that person inside your own brain. Fantasy fights are often conducted with loved ones or friends, but can occur with total strangers. (See: “hypothetically angry,” the cousin-once-removed of “rehearsing disaster.”) Today, licensed clinical psychologist and Whole30 Certified Coach Dr. Vickie Bhatia comes back to the podcast to unpack why we create hypothetical situations in our head and then get mad about them in real life. We’ll discuss how relationships, trauma, uncertainty, and judgment factor in; where anger really comes from and whether anger is helpful or harmful; the two most common triggers for hypothangry scenarios; and a plan for identifying, interrupting, and moving on gracefully from this behavior.  Continue the conversation with me @melissau on Instagram. If you have a question for Dear Melissa or a topic idea for the show, leave me a voicemail at (321) 209-1480. Do the Thing is part of The Onward Project, a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Happier with Gretchen Rubin, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood, and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler . If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and tell your friends to Do the Thing! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
43 min
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