A Book for Mindfulness

Several of my clients this month have been working on mindful eating. Most times this can take experimenting and practicing new skills to unwind and rebuild habits that have be developed over the years.

Whether your challenging habits to break are during the day or at night, change must be an open door. Picture yourself in the woods taking the same path when there are several others to walk down. In order for this to happen, you may need support and guidance to help develop a plan and provide accountabilty, which is a great thing!

Many people know what to eat, but how to eat in this busy place can be difficult. One client stated, “WOW, I love you right now!” after we developed her plan to break those nightime eating patterns.

This book by Thich Nhat Hahn, author of another one of my favorite books, “Miracle of Mindfulness,” has done it again. This is such a fabulous tool to build that relationship you always wanted with food.

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