How our childhood affects our relationship with food and our bodies is an important discussion. It's no secret that for many of us, childhood is where we first heard words that our bodies weren't good enough or that we couldn't trust ourselves around food.
And it can be more paramount in families with other "dysfunctional" elements and brokenness.
This week I'm talking with my friend, Elizabeth Oates. Elizabeth is an author, speaker, and mother of 5 who is passionate about helping women ditch the guilt and embrace freedom. After growing up in a broken family herself, she found real freedom beyond her childhood pains and wants to now spread that same truth to others. She wrote the book, Mending Broken Branches: When God Reclaims Your Dysfunctional Family Tree, and she is also podcast host of the show, Asking for a Friend.
In this interview, we discuss:
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Podcast: Asking for a Friend
Book Mentioned in this Episode: Mending Broken Branches: When God Reclaims Your Dysfunctional Family Tree
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Show Notes: www.stefanireinoldmd.com/036
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