I continue to be struck by how the language of the diet mentality permeates the way my clients talk about their progress with attuned/intuitive eating. When I ask, “How was your week with food?” I’ll often get responses like, “It was a good week,” or “My eating was really bad yesterday.” Using the words “good” and “bad” in that way – as an evaluation of your relationship with food – replays diet mentality thinking, such as that eating is a moral issue or that your worth is based on how you eat.
Instead, I encourage my clients to talk about
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