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“I created a new relationship with my body and food”

Mindful eating and body image coach, Lisa Beasley, learned to let go of counting calories and accept that how she felt was more important than how she looked

For as long as I can remember, I thought I was too big. Over the years, I’ve had many periods of trying to lose weight, and of looking at myself and feeling terrible. At school, I genuinely thought that, if I was thinner, I’d be more popular. And there were periods when I was thinner, but I still wasn’t happy. And there were times when I’d overeat to the point where I wondered whether I had an eating disorder.

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