SHOW NOTES: Episode 3
Have you ever felt like you had to eat something to please others?
Maybe you were at a barbecue or a church event and you feel like you were obligated to eat to make others happy.
Did “people-pleasing” eating become part of your identity?
Today’s guest, Amanda Kaldor and I chat more about that. Amanda is a Christian weight loss and life coach who left her job as an RN to be of greater impact in supporting women in caring for their temples, mind, body, and soul. Amanda coaches women to reclaim their self-control around food so they live life to the fullest with confidence and joy. She and I serve clients in similar ways and we are both here to help and serve.
Amanda and I chat more about people-pleasing eating and what that can look like. A big thing that she coaches her clients on when they feel compelled to eat to people please, is to plan their food. Plan ahead of time what you are going to eat at a function that you go to.
Amanda and I chat about how to deal with setting those boundaries and not feeling like we are coming across as rude when we don’t eat just to please others. Amanda shares the importance of being aware of it first and foremost. You have control over say no or yes to food. You get to choose that but you don’t get to choose how the other person is going to think. You can decline food and tell others thank them for thinking of you. You have that control.
At the end of the day, you are responsible for your own body. What kind of responsibility do you have towards your temple? Do you want to be responding according to somebody else or do you want to be responding according to how your body is signaling you?
God created you to take care of your temple and listen to yourself. Embrace that. Don’t let the emotions of others change the responsibility that you have to take care of yourself. What matters is that you are in alignment with what God has called you to do. He’s the one you need to please ultimately.
When you feel in a position where you are eating out of “people-pleasing” tendencies, ask yourself why…and remember that you can say no with love and grace.
Thank you for tuning in! I hope this episode helped you. I’d love to chat more about it on Instagram (@rachelmeigsking)!
IN THIS EPISODE, WE COVER:
- “People-Pleasing” eating
- What to do when you find yourself in this situation
- How we are ultimately responsible for our bodies
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN TODAY’S EPISODE:
- Connect with Amanda on her website at www.amandakaldor.com or check out her YouTube channel!
- Check out episode 1: why fat’s don’t make you fat!
- Connect with me on Instagram: @rachelmeigsking
- Are you looking to improve your relationship with food and end the yo-yo, constant dieting and make the changes you need while being able to fully live your life? Let’s talk more! Submit this form and let’s chat!
- Want healthy lifestyle tips and encouragement? Join me over in my free Facebook community: Heart, Soul, Mind, & Body Wellness
MORE ABOUT FEED YOURSELF: HEALTHY HABITS FOR THE MIND, BODY, & SOUL PODCAST:
Feed Yourself: Healthy Habits for the Mind, Body, & Soul is all about learning the key components of overall health based on Biblical principles. When most people think about getting in shape and becoming “healthy”, they immediately think about their physical health: losing weight, making exercise a priority, possessing flexibility and endurance, and remaining disease free. But Scripture makes it clear that physical wellness is not the only area that impacts health. In order to be TRULY healthy, we have to focus on four areas: spiritual health, emotional health, mental health, and physical health.
This podcast dives deep into the tools and head knowledge you will need in order to create lasting results, but it also looks at the element that truly ties it all together – the heart knowledge that incorporates faith in God in this area of our lives and how to apply it when things get tough (and they will!).
I wanted to create a space to let you know you are never alone on this journey. Through years of experience in doing everything the WRONG way, I am here to share my journey of getting healthy from the inside out – ditching the restriction and diet culture and truly learning to treat my body as the temple God intended it to be.
Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I discuss healthy habits to incorporate in your daily life to propel you forward and FEED YOURSELF on your journey to health in all areas: mind, body, and soul!