Workshops to end food obsession
Stop bingeing, blues and body shame so you can create the confidence to pursue your dreams!
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The R.E.C.L.A.I.M. Method
Our coaching program empowers women after abuse struggling with depression and overeating. As abuse survivors, we understand that bingeing and food obsession has been our client’s only way of expressing their needs and feeling safe. Living under the shadow of abuse creates a great deal of fear and insecurity. This is why we teach women how to use their story to leverage their personal power. By giving women the tools to cope with their anxiety and fear, we teach them how to create safe spaces for themselves so they can begin to feel more relaxed around letting go of old crutches. In a safe, loving environment, they learn how to transform their negative emotions to tap into their wiser, stronger selves. This shift in perspective leads to a discovery of wells of self-compassion, self-love and self-respect that they have been craving. Seeing themselves as powerful, positive and filled with potential, they gain the confidence to step into their power and reinvent their lives. By taking steps doing things that push them out of their old comfort zones, they reinforce a new belief that they deserve the best. It’s this confidence and sense of self-worth that makes it possible for them to get excited about taking steps to get healthier at their pace. Check out our coaching system steps below:
Cope with Your Stress
Stress often triggers anxiety, fears and insecurities. If you were raised in an alcoholic or abusive home, it can be very challenging to calm your thoughts, and feel safe. Every situation can feel like a crisis. Don’t beat up on yourself if you struggle with overeating or any other compulsive behavior. It’s been your body’s only way of relieving the pressure. Holding onto excess weight has been your body’s only way of feeling safe. But you don’t have to tolerate feeling powerless anymore. Learning to relax and quiet your mind and let go of your old victim story enables you to connect with your heart and open up to inner wisdom so you can think more clearly.
As you make your peace of mind a priority, you will feel better about yourself, mind, body and soul. Seeing yourself from the eyes of compassion will develop a newfound sense of being worthy and lovable. You’ll feel really good about taking better care of yourself, and discover a sense of pride around the prospect of getting healthier your way. The power is in your hands to change your life. By taking small daily steps and going at at your own pace you will release your resistance to getting thinner and healthier. As you recognize that you don’t have to be your own worst enemy, it will feel more natural to nurture new habits of treating yourself and your body with love and respect.
Reclaim Your Life
Congratulations! You’ve just raised the bar on your life by embracing the freedom that comes with taking responsibility and choosing to respond differently to old situations. Everything changes when you like, respect and learn to love and accept yourself. As you peel away the layers of food obsession, and discover a new kind of power in your life, you’ll feel relaxed about taking steps to set boundaries and surround yourself by supportive, caring people. Having more energy and feeling good will become a priority in your life, and you’ll find that you have little tolerance for pity parties and feeling down. Seeing yourself in this new light, your confidence will soar. Now you can boldly move forward and go for your dreams.
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Why I Stopped My 10 Year Old Daughter from Dieting: How to Raise Body Confident Girls and Boys, Part 1 of 2
It’s never too late to turn around a negative body image. Children get their sense of self-worth by learning from their parents. If you’re a mom, dad or concerned friend who’s been putting a kid through the ringer about being fat, you are doing them harm. Shame, sarcasm and meanness will only turn them away from you. Being a fat kid already makes them feel like an outcast. If having an overweight child is upsetting you, policing their food, intimidating and shaming them is not the answer. Their health and yours can only by improved by you committing to adopt a new attitude of love, understanding and self-care. Fat isn’t a problem that needs to be fixed. It’s a symptom of a bigger problem; a low self-esteem. As an adult, it’s up to you to put an end to the legacy of body shaming in yours and your child’s life. Here is my story of how I did that.
Do you try to keep the foods you love at arms' distance in an attempt to avoid temptation? How is it working for you? I lived for years in fear of food, swearing on a stack of bibles that I couldn't be trusted around food. Do you ever feel that way? Can you relate?...
Now with the New Year almost here, you’re probably feeling pressured to purge your home of all fattening goodies by 12:00 a.m. on January 1 so you can start dieting again. Maybe you’re even making plans to go back on a diet. Medical experts and doctors agree that diets don’t work. The problem is not you. You haven’t failed at dieting. Dieting has failed you.
Our coaching program is for everyone.
“Andrea Amador is truly The Juicy Woman. She shares her infinite expertise on self-esteem building and stress management with such humor and wisdom. Her endless arsenal of tools coupled with her extensive knowledge and personal experience make her a veritable fountain of information. But it is her compassion, warmth and down to earth realness that makes you keep coming back for more.”
Maria Elena Escobar
Professional Empowerment Coach and Author
“Andrea provided so much to the women in her class. It wasn’t only the tools and exercises she imparted to us that were of tremendous help, but her encouragement, enthusiasm, and genuine passion for her work that made the process so much more fulfilling. She is a great coach, never putting herself above her students, but always trying to teach, motivate, and go the extra mile for anyone who really wants to change their lives.”
Shari S., Montana
“Andrea is one of the most professional, focused, caring, creative and thoughtful individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Always full of ideas, she is way ahead of the curve eager to share with the world to help propel people’s dreams forward and have them live a full and vibrant life full of self-love and acceptance. She is a most loving, open-hearted, generous person and we are very, very lucky to have Andrea taking the world by storm on our behalf!”
Author, “The Daughter-in-law Rules”
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