Today, Annie Grace answers a question from a reader who restricts food when drinking to avoid consuming too many calories, prioritizes alcohol over food, and wants to get back in control of both drinking and eating. But how? Do you start with food? Alcohol? Both? Annie shares her experience with this challenge and offers her thoughts on what to prioritize.
Hi, it’s Annie Grace. I wanted to interrupt this podcast, I guess the end of this podcast, to say that if you are totally serious about actually truly and forevermore transforming your relationship with alcohol, really leaving it behind in the rear view mirror for once and forever, and changing your psychology about it, we have a program called The PATH that is created specifically for you.
Now it’s not for you if you are still dabbling or still trying to figure out where you want to be or maybe even still want to moderate.
All those things are fine, but if you are beyond that and you’re like, “No, I just want to be done with this. I’m ready to invest some time and I’m ready to just make this happen.” I want you to check out nakedmindpath.com, and join us in The PATH where you receive coach-guided and community support so that you can truly make this lasting change you want in your life. And as always, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast as it truly helps the message reach somebody who might need to hear it today.
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Highlights of Winning the Struggle with Food and Alcohol
Have you ever wondered where to begin when you struggle with both food and alcohol? Annie Grace answers based on both her experience and science. Here are the highlights –
- drunkorexia is more common than you think
- give yourself grace
- celebrate awareness
- awareness can be painful
- why you should start with alcohol
- focus on your knowledge
- allowing yourself to heal from the addictive substances
The highlights don’t even begin to cover all of Annie’s great advice on the struggle with food and alcohol. Listen to the complete podcast to keep learning.