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Bio Founder of RethinkyourBody 🍏. Body image. Emotional eating. Eating disorders. Blogger. Trainer. Speaker. @welldoinguk Therapist. Mum of 3. ⭐️

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Counting calories, weighing food or following a strict diet
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Normal eating is NOT: Counting calories, weighing food or following a strict diet Always eating low calorie foods, for example diet biscuits rather than bread Eating to lose weight, but knowing that you can β€œwatch” your weight if you want to Assuming that you can control the amount and type of food your body needs better than your body can Having to constantly weigh yourself for reassurance Playing games with yourself to prevent eating certain foods, for example saying to yourself β€œdairy products make me feel nauseous” or I’ve become vegetarian for health reasons” when the real reason is to justify eating excessive amounts of fruit and vegetables. πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…πŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸπŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯—πŸ₯— For more tips head over to my blog page - link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️.

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Some ideas about what normal eating IS: β€’	Eating something at least three times a day
β€’	Eating more than you feel you ne" at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1846395418724845559

Some ideas about what normal eating IS: β€’ Eating something at least three times a day β€’ Eating more than you feel you need to eat on some occasions (overeating) β€’ Eating less than you need on other occasions (undereating) β€’ Eating more of the foods that you enjoy the taste of, when you choose to β€’ Eating less of the foods you like, as you know you can eat them in the future β€’ Eating or not eating on occasions because you feel unhappy, β€œbad” or β€œtense” β€’ Eating both β€œgood” and β€œbad’ foods, in other words a variety of foods, without feeling guilty β€’ Eating in a flexible way so that it does not interfere with our work, study or social life β€’ Eating sufficient food and a variety of foods, often enough to prevent a desire to binge eat β€’ Eating, when out socially, in a similar manner to the other people in the group β€’ Eating at β€˜fast food” outlets occasionally, as a treat to yourself β€’ Being aware that eating is not the most important thing in life but knowing that it is important for good health. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 therapy

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Don’t label foods as forbidden 🚫. You will want to eat them more. You are more likely to overeat or binge. You will feel" at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1845675350445526301

Don’t label foods as forbidden 🚫. You will want to eat them more. You are more likely to overeat or binge. You will feel guilty. You will want to eat in secret. πŸ™πŸ™Instead, permit all foods in. Decide what you want to eat. πŸ…πŸ₯—πŸ°πŸπŸ₯πŸ¦Sit down at a table, savour every mouthful and enjoy! 🍽🍽🍽😊😊🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟For more tips and info - head over to my website- link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️ .

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "If you have a troubled relationship with food, you might feel apprehensive about social eating. A meal out in a restaura" at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1844855500152338975

If you have a troubled relationship with food, you might feel apprehensive about social eating. A meal out in a restaurant could trigger a tumultuous wave of anxiety that gradually rises weeks before the actual date. 😩 You worry about what you are going to eat. β€˜Will they have something on the menu that feels safe and manageable? Will I eat too much and break my eating plan?’ You worry about what others will be eating. β€˜What if they all order starters and I don’t want one? What if they all have salads and I want to choose something more filling?’ You worry about what others might think about your eating. β€˜Will they think I am greedy?’ You worry about the size of your bottom, tummy, thighs, chin, arms, legs or all of these. β€˜I feel ashamed of my body and they will judge me. Everyone else looks fabulous compared to me’. As the day draws nearer, a sinking feeling of dread rests within your stomach. It doesn’t budge. You think about cancelling. You think about faking illness. You think about doing absolutely anything to avoid going along. But you know that this is one you can’t get out of. In a frantic attempt to gain a last fleeting stroke of reassurance, you may even stringently examine the restaurant menu online to try and avoid surprises on the day. This doesn’t ease your concerns though; instead it focuses your fears more intensely. To break free from this fear around social eating, you need to give yourself permission to think about your own personal eating needs and what is right for your body. 😊 If you are feeling stuck and you are looking for a way out with support, this could be the time to think about having some support. Do head over to my website (link in bio) for tips, information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body.

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Do you listen to the messages and signals that your body sends you daily? 
Or does your mind take over and squash these " at Peterborough - 1842731832165135395
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Do you listen to the messages and signals that your body sends you daily? Or does your mind take over and squash these deep, to be ignored? Some examples: - Body: β€˜I’m hungry.’ Mind: β€˜You can’t be hungry now; it’s too early in the day.’ Body: β€˜I’m full to bursting point.’ Mind: β€˜I don’t care how full you are. Now, you’ve blown it, you might as well carry on and do it properly. You can be β€˜good’ tomorrow.’ Body: β€˜I need a rest. I am tired and exhausted.’ Mind: β€˜You have to go the gym. You ate all that cake and need to burn it off’. Often, we have forgotten how to tune in to our body. We may have become dissociated from it. This means that we miss the vital messages of communication that are readily available to us, for our benefit. Here are 3 ways to develop a deeper and more authentic connection with your body: - 1. Begin to pay attention to your body. Once an hour, pause for a moment. Listen to what your body is telling you. Begin to respect and trust the messages you receive. 2. Do something kind to your body every single day. Stretch or self-massage or go for a walk or breathe or have a relaxing bath. 3. Keep positive body mantras at the front of your mind. β€˜My body is the most incredible thing I will ever own.’ If you have ignored your body for a long time, then it might take time to re-establish this connection. Counselling can help you understand why you might be out of sync with your body. It can help you to tune in again, whilst supporting you in developing a healthier body image and greater self-acceptance.🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Do head over to my website (link in bio) for tips, ⬆️⬆️⬆️information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body.

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "The joy of eating! When emotional eating is ok. 🍰🌟🌞 🍰🌟🌞🍰🌞🌟And is it wrong to turn to food for emotional reasons at all? " at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1841974276899684340

The joy of eating! When emotional eating is ok. 🍰🌟🌞 🍰🌟🌞🍰🌞🌟And is it wrong to turn to food for emotional reasons at all? If we ate purely for nourishment, maybe we would lose some of the joy from food. Food is meant to be enjoyed and shared and celebrated as part of life. A healthy relationship with food might still involve some emotional eating on occasions. It is a joy to eat a tasty meal with friends or celebrate a birthday with cake. 🍦🍰🍦🍰🍦🍰 It is only a problem when your main strategy for feeling better and deriving pleasure (albeit short-term) is eating. Because of the short-term fix that food can offer, it is very typical that you might feel some ambivalence about changing relationship with food. This is okay. It doesn’t need to be a barrier. If you are feeling stuck and you are looking for a way out, this could be the time to think about having some support. Do head over to my website (link in bio) ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️for tips, information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body.

image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "HOW CAN I STOP EMOTIONAL EATING? πŸ•πŸ°πŸ₯. To begin to disrupt the cycle of emotional eating, you need to step back and becom" - 1841263079816447318
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HOW CAN I STOP EMOTIONAL EATING? πŸ•πŸ°πŸ₯. To begin to disrupt the cycle of emotional eating, you need to step back and become more aware of your eating patterns, so you can begin to untangle the complicated threads where food has become much more than nourishment. You can enhance your awareness of this through a simple food and feelings diary. You may not know how you feel to start with. You may have become adept at dissociating and pushing your feelings away. It might be a new learning process to begin to explore your emotional world. This may not always be an easy one. It is about learning to name and feel your feelings. It is about learning different ways of coping with your emotions without turning to food. What is it that you really need? Is it food or is it something else? How else can you achieve this need? This is when you might need some support in learning new strategies. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Do head over to my website (link in bio) ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️for tips, information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body.

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Why do we turn to food to meet emotional needs? 😒

Emotional eating is often rooted in our early experiences. You might " at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1840543859575307183

Why do we turn to food to meet emotional needs? 😒 Emotional eating is often rooted in our early experiences. You might have been given sweets or chocolate to soothe away the tears when you were crying and upset. 🍰🍰. You may have been forbid to eat certain foods and in your mind they became even more extraordinary and desirable. πŸ₯πŸ•πŸ˜‹ You might have lacked essential nurturing from your care givers when growing up and learned to turn to food to try and satisfy that β€˜something’ that was missing. Maybe love, care, affection, support, time or a combination of these? πŸ™πŸ˜’ You might have been very aware of your size or experienced comments about this. You may have felt pressure to diet and consequently developed a guilt-ridden relationship with food. It might have been something else. It can be valuable to reflect on your β€˜why’ to help make sense of things. Have compassion and understanding for your younger self. You can learn new ways to self soothe and manage emotions differently. 😊🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Do head over to my website (link in bio) for tips, information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body. ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Food! It can become so much more than fuel or nourishment.

It is there for you when you are happy. The delicious treats" at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - 1839824996722075676

Food! It can become so much more than fuel or nourishment. It is there for you when you are happy. The delicious treats to be devoured to enhance that special moment and to celebrate good times. 🍰🍷 It is there for you on a lonely evening when you are longing for comfort and support. 😒😒. It is there for you when you are bored, offering stimulation at the cupboard door when nothing else excites. 🌟🌟 It is there when you are sad and in desperate need of consolation. 😫 It is there for you when you are feeling overwhelmed and your shoulders are burdened down with pressure. πŸ™ It is there for you when you feel desolate and empty, seeking to fill the void to just feel something. πŸ₯πŸ• It is there for you when you worry and fret about what is going to happen next. It is there for you when you feel envious and inadequate as you make comparisons with others. It is there for you when you feel disgust and self-loathing helping you bury these feelings deep to find some momentary escape. Food can serve a multitude of needs beyond nourishment. When do you turn to food for emotional reasons, rather than hunger? Start to notice if you are using food to tackle an unmet need. Think about how you can care for yourself in other ways. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Do head over to my website (link in bio) ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️for tips, information and support on changing your relationship with food and your body.

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "EMOTIONS: eating disorder behaviours are often a way of unconsciously dealing with difficult emotions. πŸ™πŸ˜’πŸ˜«. Through bing" at Great Yarmouth Central Beach - 1837747801497327529

EMOTIONS: eating disorder behaviours are often a way of unconsciously dealing with difficult emotions. πŸ™πŸ˜’πŸ˜«. Through bingeing or restricting, you might feel temporary distraction or relief from your feelings. You can learn better coping strategies for when you feel distressed or anxious. Counselling can be very helpful for this and talking to trusted friends and family. 😊🌟 therapist

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Are you stuck in a negative place with food and body image? Do you long to break free but just can’t see HOW you are going to do it? 😩. Are you ready for a BREAKTHROUGH? πŸ’«πŸ’₯πŸ’«πŸ’₯ Do you want FREEDOM with food once and for all? If the answer is YES, then head over to my website now and find out how I can help you with your own personal BREAKTHROUGH. ⭐️😊 Look forward to hearing from you! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Would labelling these foods with scaremongering health warnings stop you or your child eating these foods? I think NOT! " at Bacton Beach - 1836899333811970476
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Would labelling these foods with scaremongering health warnings stop you or your child eating these foods? I think NOT! We all know which foods are healthy or unhealthy- however we eat for a whole load of different reasons. Many children overeat as emotional self-soothing. Labelling these foods will just bring further shame and guilt, and then more eating to feel better. These are complex problems that require complex solutions. @itv @goodmorningbritainfan #@kidsselfesteem

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Wouldn’t it be amazing if we all welcomed change with open arms and preferably on a beach?!πŸ–. When recovering from an ea" at Cromer - 1836141176001033391
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Wouldn’t it be amazing if we all welcomed change with open arms and preferably on a beach?!πŸ–. When recovering from an eating problem, you might feel very ambivalent about change. This is normal. People often feel in two minds. One part of you desperately wants to move on and let go of a destructive relationship with food and your body. However, another part of you just can’t. This can feel confusing as your feelings about the eating disorder might vary day-by-day or hour-by-hour. It can help to explore this ambivalence and recognise what the eating disorder means to you. Maybe it is a way of coping with difficult feelings? Maybe it is a way of trying to control your weight? Maybe it is deeply familiar and offers safety and reassurance? Understanding your ambivalence can put powerful building blocks in place for change. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Letting go of the eating problem can bring many positive things and you can begin to reclaim your life again. 🌟😊🌟😊 therapist

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Dare to be your perfectly imperfect self! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. Question your beliefs about needing to please, perfect or appease" at Cromer - 1835415434556536104
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Dare to be your perfectly imperfect self! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. Question your beliefs about needing to please, perfect or appease others in your life today. Will you really be rejected for not being perfect? Do people care as much as you think? Often, we are placing far more pressure on ourselves than others ever would do. People often prefer someone who is real, genuine and imperfect. Perfectionism can lead to competitiveness, rigidity or aloofness which can be off-putting. πŸ™πŸ™ We are all flawed human beings with our strengths and weaknesses. No-one, yes, no-one has it all sorted out! Remember this, when you are tempted to idealise someone and assume they have it all together. There may be aspects of another that you wish to emulate or aspire to, but no-one is faultless. Instead, focus inwards and notice your own positive qualities and strengths. This is not about being arrogant, but rather having a quiet, inner acknowledgement and acceptance of the things you can do well. Jotting these thoughts down in a journal can be helpful, enabling you to begin to shift your focus. If you struggle with this exercise, ask a friend whom you trust to feedback to you. 🌟😊🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. 🌟. For more inspiring tips, head over to my blog - link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Is the pressure to be perfect, destroying your self-esteem? πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™. Would you love to dilute this, but don’t know how? 
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Is the pressure to be perfect, destroying your self-esteem? πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™. Would you love to dilute this, but don’t know how? Firstly, acknowledge that perfectionism is not doing you any favours. You may have never fully taken stock of this before. Face the reality - perfectionism is actually preventing you from feeling joy and satisfaction from your achievements. Predominantly, you are likely feeling a failure from not meeting your own expectations. How often can you realistically achieve perfection? 1-5% maybe? There is significant room for fruitless berating of yourself for the other 95-99%. You can’t really win! Secondly, understand where the early perfectionist messages are rooted. What experiences have contributed to you believing that you have to be perfect? Why do you not feel accepted or good enough, without being perfect? Write this down in a journal and begin to view it from a new and different perspective. Consider the types of authority figure you would have liked to have had in early life. What kind of qualities would they have demonstrated to support you in feeling encouraged, accepted and wholly good enough? Now give yourself permission to parent yourself in this way. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟For more tips, visit my blog page - link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "How to NOT Become the Control-Freak Mother of a Teenager

New post @selfishmother - link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️ 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. As" at Saffron Walden - 1832921917280081395

How to NOT Become the Control-Freak Mother of a Teenager New post @selfishmother - link in bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️ 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. As my daughter hits her teenage years, the potential for becoming a nightmare mother is becoming an all too real possibility. How to walk the tightrope of firm and loving parenting, without control freak tactics or screaming matches? It is a testing job, particularly when she is asserting her independence and pushing the boundaries. And how much freedom to allow her? The world can be a terrifying place, meaning the urge to smother and over-protect is strong. But – she needs to experience firsthand her own challenges and face fears to grow resilience. Too much protection will create an anxious child, who fears the world and plays it safe. How to find the balance? The ingenious β€˜Animal Model’ created by the Maudsley Hospital in London, helps us parent in better ways, and reflect on the parenting we have received ourselves. Link in bio for full article ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

Instagram Image by Harriet Frew Therapist (@harriet_frew_therapist) with caption : "Yesterday, I enjoyed a Feast in the sunshine. 🍦🍦It was tasty. I DID NOT feel guilty. 😊😊 When you ban certain foods you w" at Peterborough - 1832587330721088734
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Yesterday, I enjoyed a Feast in the sunshine. 🍦🍦It was tasty. I DID NOT feel guilty. 😊😊 When you ban certain foods you will yearn for them more. You will dream, think and fixate over them. When you demonise certain foods, you might feel guilty and ashamed when you do eat them.You might then go on and eat more cake or pizza or biscuits to feel better and block these feelings. πŸ•πŸ° When you try to control your eating by eliminating food groups or counting calories or missing meals, you lose touch with your natural hunger and what your body needs. Your body tends to fight back and then you are vulnerable to over-eating or binge eating. I know this first hand. I have experienced it in the past. πŸ™πŸ™ When you listen to your body and respond to what it needs, you are less likely to eat too much or too little for your body’s requirements. You will likely find that your body craves healthy and nourishing foods for much of the time anyway. 🍏πŸ₯— I have found that my body doesn’t really want icecream every day when it is permitted. Icecream doesn’t hold any particular appeal anymore. It is just like roast dinner or Caesar salad or scrambled eggs on toast. πŸ›πŸ… If your eating reportoire is too restricted, practice introducing different foods back in. Do this one food at a time, so you can gain confidence. Short-term you might want to eat more, but this soon will pass, once the food is not so special anymore. For more inspiring tips, head over to my blog at Rethink your Body - link in bio.⬆️⬆️⬆️. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟