Stop Trying to Love Your Body
You heard me right! Trying to love your body may cause more harm than good!
You will walk away with 3 simple, yet HIGHLY effective, techniques for helping YOU build a better body image today.
If you could finally keep food in your fridge (with zero fear of inhaling it one sitting) and end the binge battle...
Would you give yourself that chance?
Or would you continue to…
- Stay in the “diet starts Monday” mentality trying yet another round of Weight Watchers, Whole 30, an elimination fad or even the Cookie diet (yeah, it’s a real thing)
- Sneaking into the break room to binge the brownies only to want to hide out for the rest of the day
- Think “I’m just gonna eat it all now and never buy it again” just to get the ice cream stash out of the house.
And with every failure, you feel worse about yourself and wonder,
“Will I be stuck like this forever?”
If you're ready for a life outside of food and body obsession,
then consider me the avocado on your piece of overpriced brunch toast
Hey, Have we met?
Lover of Dogs. Early Mornings. And Emotional Eating Expert.
Clients have said the only thing they regret about working with me is they "didn't do it sooner.'
I help women break up with binge eating without obsessively tracking meals, being a human calorie counter, or going another decade controlled by food and weight.
After this call, “Renae, Mom fell, and it isn’t good…” my stomach dropped. I remember thinking “Thank God I wasn’t in the middle of a binge. That I didn’t feel possessed by needing a fix of 7 donuts.”
The next day, my mom was taken off life support and died. After her death it was a blur and also the clearest point in my life.
After 15 years of fighting with food and my body, I threw up my hands. I couldn’t do it another day.
Now it is my mission to help women - like you - understand that you aren't broken and you aren't a helpless case.
It's time to stop putting yourself or your body into a box (or clothes) that don’t fit anymore and finally create the relationship with food you’ve been craving for decades.
all the love
Renae is such a positive force for change! I used to dread going to therapy and discussing my eating disorder, because it never seemed to help. But Renae’s weekly coaching sessions have helped me tackle my frequent binge and purge routine by empowering me with mindfulness and positive self-talk. I feel comfortable sharing my deepest, darkest food issues with Renae because she’s been there herself. Renae also helped me positively adapt my eating habits. Instead of grazing all day then binging, I’ve switched to eating three, healthy large meals.
I would recommend Renae to anyone who struggles with food issues or insecurities, or addictions of any kind.