The time to hesitate it through
No time to wallow in the mire...
This week we face the facts, put on our long pants and marching boots and launch the first volleys at the orangeatang.
Here is the Rick Perlstein article Michele mentions: Meet The Press
From The Nation magazine, 5 Practical Principles to Guide Our Work Under Trump
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Anytime is the right time to get serious about your relationship with food, but for some reason, it's a timely topic during the Nov-Dec food fest we call "the holidays".
Michele Happe began her work with addiction with Dr. Judi Hollis, a vanguard in the fields of alcohol addiction and food obsession.
This episode is an informal discussion about our relationship with food and how to develop a livable relationship with what we eat, why we eat and how much. Whether you have an issue with your weight or are just curious about the subject, you'll enjoy this discussion on food and eating. Judy and Michele talk about eating attachment and how the concepts have changed over the past 50 years. They also discuss the similarities and differences between Alcoholics Anonymous and Overeaters Anonymous.
Find out more, or post your questions on the Judi Hollis website. Be sure to check out her book "Fat Is A Family Affair", now in its 2nd edition. Of course, you can also discuss here or on the IMT Facebook page.