Is making vaccines mandatory in line with our constitutional rights of self-determination, freedom of thought and physical integrity?

This is probably one of my most controversial posts. Still, I am choosing to address this highly charged topic, at the risk of losing some of you, because not speaking up about what I consider one of the greatest assaults to our constitutional human rights (self-determination, freedom of thought and physical integrity to just name […]

Do you compensate with food?

Authorities are worried that due to Covid-19 alcoholism will become more of a problem. The same could be said for Eating Issues. Right now, addictions and compensatory behaviors are the only way many people can still escape from themselves, their emotions and their inner and/or outer reality at home. Fast eating and overeating are effective […]

Absolute freedom vs. non-restriction

Absolute love equals absolute freedom. However, absolute freedom does NOT necessarily equal non-restriction. In fact, absolute freedom includes the freedom to CHOOSE restriction. And that is not necessarily a sign of ill-health. Just like not restricting yourself is not necessarily a sign of good health. Oftentimes clients tell me that their goal is to be […]

Love yourself this Christmas

Christmas time (or festivities in general) are tightly connected to food. No wonder, because food doesn’t just provide us with energy, but also means connection, tradition, belonging… all of which is deeply nourishing and important. However, it can be a challenging time, if you try to eat healthy, because it’s also a time where cookies, […]