Eating with Bright Lines: Group
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About the Event
This support group no longer regularly meets every Sunday, but Tara is still volunteering her time to support folks, so please do connect.
Group gatherings will be announced as they happen. In the meantime, please share your contact info here, and Tara will get in touch with you individually to give you more information.
TARA'S INSPIRING STORY:
"Wishing you a bright and shiny day!
"For those who don't know... I read a book called 'Bright Line Eating', by Dr. Susan Pierce Thompson, that changed my life. After reading it, I realized that I was a food addict, and at 224 pounds (which was class 2 obese at only 5'3" tall), I needed to implement a strong plan to get a grip on my dysfunctional relationship with food.
The great news is, there is no cost (and no catch) to what I did to lose 70 pounds, and feel stronger and healthier than I have in my entire life.
By decreasing my exercise (to focus my willpower on my food), only eating 3 meals a day, planning my meals the night before, and joining a weekly support group, I was able to begin healing from a lifetime of overeating and food obsession.
I found the local support group to be key to my success when I was starting Bright Line Eating a couple of years ago. That group closed a while ago... and many folks asked me I would start another group. So the answer was yes!"
Even though the group isn't meeting regularly right now, Tara is still available to check in with about successes and struggles folks may be facing. She is happy to share strategies for what works, along with recipes and tools for living lives free from food addiction
OTHER DETAILS: This group is offered as an act of service, but donations are welcomed, in-keeping with the Law of Circulation. You are invited to use the donate button on this website to make an offering of any amount , or you are also welcome to e-transfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE FROM TARA:
PS: This photo is me Jan. 2. 2018 and me 9 months later (September 2, 2018). I decreased my exercise from 3 days a week to once per week, and just ate fruits, vegetables, protein, grains (like oatmeal, rice, quinoa or potatoes) with breakfast, and 3 small servings of fat per day to make these changes.