14 days to trust yourself with food


 If you struggle to control what you eat, you will love this self-trust challenge.

Self-trust means knowing you have your own back. It means you believe that you not only have the power to do the best for yourself, but the desire and ability to follow through.

It might sound crazy obvious, but if you look deeper at your own actions and values you might find you trust yourself a lot less than you think.

Not trusting yourself can develop for a few different reasons, but if you’re an emotional or overeater, then it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’ll not trust yourself – especially with food.

If you’ve ever said (to yourself or out loud)

  • “I don’t buy that food – if it’s in the house, I’ll just eat it all”, or 
  • “Ugh, I ALWAYS do this – why can’t I stop eating? I’m pathetic”, or even 
  • “Why bother trying to change? I’ll just screw it up like every other time”, 

then you definitely have self-trust stuff going on.

Losing trust in yourself around food is an extremely common cycle of broken promises and misunderstood decisions.

If this sounds like you, then I’m honored to present to you: the ‘14-day Emotional Eating Self-Trust Challenge’ (but I’m going to just call it the ‘self-trust challenge, ‘cos that’s a total mouthful).



 

If you struggle to 'control' what you eat, you will love this 14-day self-trust challenge designed to have you trusting yourself with food in no time.



The Self-Trust challenge is for you if:

  • you feel overwhelmed by food choices because you never make good decisions 
  • you don’t feel like you can’t cope with big emotions, you alway let yourself down and react badly 
  • you’ve promised yourself you’re going to stop overeating a million times – and haven’t kept that promise 
  • you just don’t trust yourself



Why do a self-trust challenge?

It’s a short, concentrated way to bring concentrated and constructive energy to this part of your life – which grows and changes you into a more trusting woman. The challenge helps you:

  • Examine your trust, fear, and achievements so you can shift your focus away from “I never do it right” to “I do right by myself”. 
  • Create + collect actions and thoughts that help you move beyond using food to cope. 
  • Practice self-trust in small, simple ways so you can begin to build it up, no matter where you’re at. 

It’s simple, fun, and totally doable in under 10 minutes a day.



The ’14-day Emotional Eating Self-Trust’ challenge

Here’s a sneak-peak at the challenge in a nutshell (more details below):


If you struggle to 'control' what you eat, you will love this 14-day self-trust challenge designed to have you trusting yourself with food in no time.

 


There’s a lot more to it than this, including an epic workbook that details and walks you through every single day of the challenge. Download your free challenge workbook with all the instructions, journal prompts, and worksheets you need.



If you struggle to 'control' what you eat, you will love this 14-day self-trust challenge designed to have you trusting yourself with food in no time.


 

 


About Samantha

Hello! I’m Sam and I’m an Eating Psychology Coach. I work with women who struggle with emotional eating and weight loss to develop new strategies and lifestyles so they can stop using food to cope, lose weight, and eat happy.


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2 thoughts on “14 days to trust yourself with food

    • Samantha Post author

      Hi Rita,
      It’s a reference to the activity in the workbook (I wasn’t sure how else to explain it). You color in different sections of a ‘life wheel’ depending on how satisfied you are with your self-trust in that area. It’s supposed to help you ID stronger and weaker areas of trust. If you signed up to get the free workbook, then the graphic and instructions there will make it *way* clearer!