For most of my life, I felt very, very annoyed with those people who would say, “oh, I just forgot to eat lunch.” Who friggin' forgets to eat? Of course, a lot of that annoyance existed because I was hyper-aware of food all the time.
That’s why I felt so delighted when I read this from a recent Dessert Club participant:
“I always joked I wanted to be one of those girls who says they "forgot" to eat lunch. I used to constantly think about food and my next chance to eat - sometimes I'd go to bed *just* so that I could get up and have breakfast!
"I've actually started missing some mealtimes since being in the Dessert Club. When I ask myself if I'm really hungry, I noticed I don't need to eat as often as I thought. I am allowing myself to take breaks from work for the sake of needing a break - not only when it's "lunch time" or "for a snack". That's been a huge breakthrough for me!"
— Annie, New Jersey
I was reading over feedback this morning from the Dessert Club’s summer session, and I can’t tell you how moved I was. Over and over past participants told me that they were so glad that they’d joined the group, that they had no idea how deep and transformational this work was.
To read more stories of past participants, or to join yourself, click here.