Break free of the binge eating cycle and heal your relationship with your body by tapping into your intuition through meditation, breathwork, and journaling.
WITH A FOREWORD BY NYT BESTSELLING AUTHOR, LISA NICHOLS
YOU KNOW IT IN YOUR HEART: It's time to break free of the cycle of emotional eating-from calorie restriction and bingeing-to become who you were designed to be. It's time to stop using food numb your pain and begin listening inward to your body's wisdom, to your highest self. Reconnect with your intuition, embrace your body, and heal your relationship with food with this practical and heart-centered guide-now completely revised and updated.
Inspired by her personal journey from struggling dieter to self-love activist, Samantha Skelly's Hungry for Happiness workshops have helped thousands of women end their battles with emotional eating. This book is filled with her relatable stories paired with journal exercises, mindset-shifts, meditations, and breathwork practices created to help you map your personal path toward feeling whole, healed, and happy.
About the Author
SAMANTHA SKELLY is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author, breathwork facilitator, and emotional eating expert. In 2014, she founded Hungry for Happiness to support women around the world battling disordered eating and body image issues. In 2018 she founded Pause Breathwork, a movement to decrease the suffering humanity experiences though the power of breathwork. She continues to spread her message through her programs, international retreats, motivational speaking engagements, and podcast. Samantha is Canadian and now lives between the mountains and beach in Southern California. Visit her online www.hungryforhappinesss.com and on Instagram @samanthaskelly.
A thorough, wise, and loving contribution to the complexities and wonder of our relationship to food, bodies, and self-worth. -Geneen Roth, New York Times best-selling author Women Food and God and This Messy Magnificent Life
She discovered, as I did, that handling your weight issues is as much as spiritual practice as it is physical or emotional . . . Wherever you are in this process, I think you will find Samantha's book a source of wisdom and a healing for your heart. -Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., author of The Big Leap and Conscious Loving
Not just a book, it's a movement . . . This is a must read for anyone who has ever experienced food and body struggles and craves sustainable transformation at a deep level. -John Assaraf, CEO NeuroGym and featured in TheSecret