*Statistics say that 3 out of 4 women struggle with an unhealthy relationship with food.
Ever ask yourself if that might be you? Or your daughter… wife, best friend?
Might be time to consider expanding your circle of trust and risk sharing that struggle. What about taking the step to engage with someone or something that has helped thousands get free? It takes courage and humility to admit our need for help, and it takes the support of someone who walked before us.
Let me introduce a friend and expert on the subject, Constance Rhodes – she’s the founder and CEO of “Finding Balance” and she can help. Her help saved my daughter’s life six years ago and it might do the same for you or someone you know. Someone who’s fighting in despair and feels all alone and about to give up.
Eating disorders and poor self-esteem related to body image are arguably the most common and painful struggle any parent with teens will ever face.
I’ve done it. It’s rough. Seriously dark stuff to wrestle with by yourself. No one wants to over-react, to provoke things further, but if you’re noticing a pattern… a trend, then its very likely real.
You may wonder if this important enough to risk the anger and resentment? It is.
First step... admit there might be a problem.
Second… ask for help.
With all my heart…
*FindingBalance interview – BBP Podcast.