Author Archives: Molly

Three Kinds of Business

Are you guys familiar with Byron Katie?  She teaches “The Work”, which is a method of questioning the stressful thoughts that cause us to suffer. When I found “The Work” in my early twenties, I’d walk for hours through the big … Continue reading

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Nothing to Fix, Not Broken

When I was really in the weeds with screwed up eating and body image, I remember how desperate I felt to find someone, anyone, who could say that they had been where I was and found a way through. I … Continue reading

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The Gift of Obsession

  A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how food and weight are not the problem. Food, weight and body obsession can become a problem, for sure, but if we mistake them for the root cause, we are barking … Continue reading

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Food and Weight Are Not the Problem

I started down this path of coaching with the intention of helping women heal their relationship with food and weight, which is ultimately and always a reflection of one’s relationship to life itself.  When I was stuck beyond stuckness in … Continue reading

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You Don’t Need More Time

Recently, my friend Natalia and I led a conference call on time management for the coaches in training with CLCC.  We are at the mid-way point in the training, where the pressure is on to keep up with reading and … Continue reading

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Whatever This Is…

  My sister gave birth to a baby boy last night.  He’s a tiny perfect human and this is his first day breathing air.  He looks like a cross between an angel and an old man. The older I get, … Continue reading

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Looking After Yourself

                                                                                                                                                                       Many years ago and many miles from here, I had a wonderful therapist.  Sitting down across from her, when I could drag myself in, was nearly unbearable.  Shame and depression had me in a vice grip and I believed … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcement

  Photo by Aleksandra Bogulslawska I want to tell you something.  It’s important. You are a good person.  Yes, you. You don’t have to eat clean, meditate, be nicer, work more, work less, be conscious about your spending or your … Continue reading

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