You know the woman I’m talking about. She actually has a good relationship with both food and her body. In fact, it appears to come naturally to her.
And it’s an ease that seems to carry over into other areas of her life, too.
How does she do it? Was she just born lucky?
No. It’s not about luck, or even deprivation. Whether it came naturally to her, or she learned it along the way – she has a secret skill set.
The good news is: you can learn it too! I’m Piper Larson, and I teach women the skills to break free from emotional overeating.
There is a Better Way
Are you tired of feeling like you’re on an endless roller coaster of fleeting optimism, followed by waves of self-doubt? Diets and cleanses, followed by overindulgence?
Think about it: If deprivation and self-punishment worked for solving emotional overeating, you wouldn’t be here right now. If knowing calorie counts inside and out was enough – you’d have conquered this years ago. And if the number of “self-help” books you’ve read positively correlated into how helped you really felt – you’d probably feel pretty amazing.
Are you ready to:
- Uncover the secret skill set that can end your drama with food?
- Get customized answers, especially for you?
- Finally get on with the things you want to be doing with your life, instead of obsessing over food and your weight?
The first step is to uncover your hidden triggers to emotional overeating.
I’ve made it easy for you. Enter your name and email address below, and in about 10 minutes you can have the answers that may begin to shift your entire relationship with food.
Your past doesn’t have to be your future. Your life can feel so much better.
Are you ready? Let’s get started.
Others are Saying:
“I highly recommend working with Piper. It’s like having a supportive, smart ally right there next to you, rooting for your success.” ~ Pamela Wilson, founder, Big Brand System
“Piper has helped me find my own internal motivation.” ~ Melissa Gindling, Manager of Corporate Development
“I would absolutely recommend Piper to anyone struggling with an unhealthy relationship with food or self-confidence issues. (In fact, I already have!)” ~ Michele Reber, Operations Manager — Timonium, MD