What kind of results can I expect?
That’s completely up to you. While I’d love to say that the minute you enroll you will stop obsessing and you’ll never think about food again, that’s just not true. (In fact, if someone DOES promise this, back away and get the heck outta there!)
What I CAN tell you is that the 6 months is jam-packed with tones of incredible tools, techniques and insights that have helped countless women on their journey. I like to say that what you put INTO it is what you get out of it. So the results you get are up to you!
What if I don’t have time or money?
A little secret–I invested $6000 with a business coach that I didn’t have. How did I get it? I found a way. When you want something badly enough, I believe the stars align and we find ways to get it.
Even if you have vacations planned or can’t “commit”, you can still get immense value from the program. There will be plenty of time to integrate, practice and catch up–it’s built into the curriculum!
6 Months? That’s A lot!
I’ve found 6 months to be the sweet spot–enough time to create real change yet doable for the mind to not be overwhelmed. The path to Normal Eating isn’t created with the snap of the fingers (despite what the diet world thinks!). It will take some work. But when these pieces click…there is no stopping you in the feeling of freedom around food. You’ll look back at your old self 6 months from now and not recognize them.
Should I Still Join if I’m Not On Facebook?
While the Facebook group isn’t essential to the course materials, it is an option if you want it. Some people aren’t on social media, which is totally cool. You’ll still get everything via email, the site, and the coaching calls.
Does my body size matter?
Nope 🙂 This isn’t about size. You can be a bodybuilder or severely overweight…it doesn’t matter. It’s about the obsession around food. We have had women of all body sizes in the Club. It’s not about achieving a certain size, but learning how to make peace around food and love your body. The “obsession” affects all different sized women. That’s part of the benefit of being in the community. You get to feel less alone, so matter what your size!