Can you change how you eat if your partner isn’t on board?

How do you take your power back from food and the scale if you’re worried that your partner isn’t going to love the changes you want to make with your eating?

Today’s question is from The Lab (the private community of members in Your Missing Peace and The Emotional Eating Toolbox):

What do you do when you’ve found a way of eating that works for you, that you’re motivated to work with, but you’re worried that your partner doesn’t share your enthusiasm?

Here’s what I’m covering:

  • How to tackle changing your eating when eating together is an important part of your relationship
  • How you can probably change your eating and keep having the shared experiences you value
  • How to address changing your eating with your partner when you’re worried they won’t be supportive

Relationships are complicated, so is food – but this piece of things doesn’t have to be so tricky!

Talk soon,

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