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I work with many people who struggle with the daily challenge of trying to ‘eat well’, but they can’t seem to stop themselves from eating things they don’t want to eat.

Why does this happen?

Why can’t we just stick to our plan? I mean everyday we get up, make a plan of what we are going to eat that is good for us and tell ourselves not to overeat or eat unhealthy only to find ourselves taken over at some point and feeling totally hijacked.

We can’t stop ourselves because there is actually a stronger desire for the chemical hit we get when we eat the unhealthy food. We actually value the feeling of temporary satisfaction more than the feeling of eating unhealthy.

Why do we want satisfaction from food more? Good question. I explain it all in the video.

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We can break this cycle of overeating when we discover our True needs and what the underlying drive is behind wanting to be satisfied.

The eating is just a solution to help you fix a problem.

The problem is often deep unconscious feelings of some type of general “I’m not okay” state of being such as “I’m not free to choose for myself”, or “I’m not satisfied with my life/relationship”, or “I’m simply not good enough”. There is some unquenchable feeling of ick buried inside that wants to be stuffed, buried or deep need that wants to be quenched.

In this video I explain more about this problem- eating cycle, and what a new solution could be to help you begin to break the cycle.

To gain more understanding and experience in gaining conscious control of your choices please consider my Primal Trust Mentorship. I teach you how to regain your agency to live a life you truly love.

In love and light,

Dr Cat

Cathleen King, DPT

I'm an expert on chronic illness, chronic trauma, relationship/attachment repair, and inner child healing. I’ve got the rare combination of in-depth doctoral-level education and training as a physical therapist, and many years of coaching others in wellness and lifestyle education. And, I have been through my own heroine’s journey of spending nearly 2 decades of my life navigating through deep, debilitating illness and finally found my way out!

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