Addictions are relationships with something and they often are not ones that serve us.
Developing an addictive relationship with something can signal to us that we aren’t enough on our own, or we must have it in our life to function.
Sandra Elia-Taranto is a food addiction counselor, author and public speaker and believes the addiction cycle stems from a belief that we are ‘never enough’.
In this episode, she shares her story, and also offers helpful insights into the addiction cycle, along with helpful questions you can use to hold yourself accountable.
02:22 Sandra's Background and Work in Food Addiction Recovery
10:13 The Buzz of Normal Foods and Changing Taste Buds
16:59 Challenging the Notion of Lack of Willpower and Discipline
18:26 The Importance of Positive Internal Dialogue
20:20 The power of energy and self-perception
22:31 Caring for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being
Her book: Never Enough (on Amazon)
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