I did some stat-checking this morning.
In the United States alone, 10 million females and 1 million males are currently struggling with eating disorders — anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder.
In fact, if you’re reading this email you have a 4-in-10 chance of either having personally experienced an eating disorder or you know someone who has.
That’s a lot of people. Way too many people. But unfortunately it’s a reality.
Emily Rosen, Director or The Institute for The Psychology of Eating, was one of those people. She dieted, starved, binged, purged, exercised well past midnight, gained and lost hundreds of pounds.
Because she felt like she had to. Because she was starving for connection.
On today’s episode of The Sessions, Emily opens up and shares the intimate details of her turbulent relationship with food and how she was able to heal this relationship by helping others.
Click the PLAY button above to listen to Session #005 with Emily Rosen.
One more thing…
Emily and Marc David are hosting a FREE webinar for you next Thursday, February 23rd on How to Transform Your Relationship with Food!
Sign up to find out how eating psychology can be a powerful ally in healing your relationship with food. PLUS, get the scoop on a tried-and-true approach to overeating that can be a real game changer for you!
Get signed up HERE.
Enjoy today’s session. See you next week with maybe the most revealing interview Marie Forleo has ever done.