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The Lauren Jean Show

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I help moms get healthy and LOVE life

Oct 18, 2015

Here are 8+ ways to help your kids in self-discovery NOW, before they go crazy like us, their parents…

 

  1. Give them a journal
  2. Let them be a part in making their decisions
  3. Ask/teach your child how to feel with apps or homemade charts
  4. Don’t force them to be in a situation they are uncomfortable in or do something they don’t want to do
  5. Don’t force them to eat when they are not hungry
  6. Tell them its okay to be different that everyone else, including their friends
  7. Talk to them, ask them their favorites and create silly stories with them
  8. Don’t make them do things because we are “supposed” to …get out of that head

 

Always create a family plan of boundaries and rules before putting this into play.

 

And have fun watching your children become independent and self confident!!!

 

Xoxo, laurenjean

Oct 11, 2015
1.reading everything you can get your hands on
2.restricting food/self diagnosing
3.comparing yourself to others
 
In a world where we are surrounded with media it is extremely hard to not be influenced. It's human nature to want to look and feel good as well as be accepted by others.  Even if we say we don't care  we really do and our actions show it loud and clear.
 
In my experience there have been 3 things I have done (and i know I'm not alone) to ruin my health when in fact I though I was improving it.
 
The first thing is reading and watching everything I could get my hands on.  I would find myself reading blogs and watching videos and subscribing to newsletters from anyone that had something good or new to say.  It became out of control and overwhelming and before I knew it I had wasted hours and days.
 
The second thing is restricting certain foods or diagnosing myself with issues I probably never had.  I became obsessed with thinking I had a health issues that I could solve on my own because I'm anti-doctor and medications, which is still party true and i'm working on that. 
 
If you find that this is how you are with food....
 
The third thing is comparing yourself to others.  I know with me I have a body image issue that I'm working on.  When i'm getting ready to go out with friends or my guy I will get dressed up and look and feel great but then just as i'm ready to walk out of the door a horrible feeling hits a lot. Like i'm not good enough or I suddenly feel bad about myself.  Then when I finally tell myself to just leave the house and get to where I am going and see the other girls there I am internally comparing myself. Why? I don't even know. Something Im looking into.
 
Just because I am a health coach does not mean I have it all together.  Far from it.  I just have the skills and the knowledge to help others realize what I know, to be aware of their thoughts and feelings but I still work with a coach myself.  No one is perfect in anyway and I feel that we could all use someone, a coach, or a friend to open up to and have listen. 
 
 
Check out the previous guest Jessica Garbarino if you have not already.  You can find her here
 
 
Join us in Mommacast Facebook group here
 
 
xoxo, laurenjean

 

Oct 4, 2015

Jessica Garbarino is the founder and owner of Every Single Dollar, a company dedicated to helping single women navigate the world of personal finance. She realized that she was experiencing a financial hangover in her early 30s after the lifestyle choices in her 20s caused her to rack up debt. After paying off $56,000 of debt, she felt called to teach other single women how to manage their money, pay off debt, and instill financial confidence. She offers individual financial coaching, hosts bi-monthly budget accountability Hangouts, and writes on various financial topics with the single woman in mind.

 

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Sep 27, 2015

An update on what I have been going through. Look into my world and how it can help you achieve a sense of "I can do this too"

 

 

Enjoy

Sep 20, 2015

Shannon Lagasse, certified holistic health coach and emotional eating expert, has helped thousands of women worldwide struggling with emotional eating and yo-yo dieting to ditch the diet, love their body, and lose weight.

By coming from a focus on pleasure and getting to the heart of their issues, Shannon's clients are empowered to find freedom from food fears and live a fantastically awesome life.

She is also the author of the bestselling book Why Can’t You Just Eat?:  A Look Inside the Mind of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder, the story of her own journey with an eating disorder. Shannon is a contributing writer to major sites, including xoJane, Elephant Journal, and the Daily Dater and has been featured on Blogilates and the Dr. Pat Show.

To learn more about working with Shannon and to receive her free weekly coaching articles on healthy & happy ways to get the life, love, and body you want, visit her website:  www.HungerforHappiness.com.

Thank you so much for your support of the show I hope you enjoyed this great one!

Come join us in the facebook group Mommacast

 

xoxo, happy sunday

laurenjean

 

Sep 13, 2015

In today's special episode, i say special because here I interview my 14 year old cousin Maya.  

We dive into the challenges and issues that teenagers deal with these days in the times of social media, increased stress, more worry and protection from parents, social pressures, more acceptance with sexuality in the circle of friends and so much more.

In this interview Maya and myself just talk, no structure, no plan just plain talk.

Check it out its prett cool..

You can find her on instagram @www.instagram.com/psmayaps

And her youtube @ www.youtube.com/psmayaps

She has also put together a nice list of tips for parents which you can get by joining the facebook group where I post everything so come on down and join us there!

Join us in the Mommacast Facebook group!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Sep 4, 2015

Sheryln Smith  is a certified Psychology of Eating coach based in Chicago, IL.  Using the work of Eating Psychology and the art of Coaching, Sheryln helps women find peace with food, reunite with their intuitive bodywisdom, embrace their sexuality, and heal from emotional or disordered eating challenges. 

You can find her @  

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sherylnsmithcoaching
 
Instagram: eatingpsychology.chicago
 
website: www.sherylnsmith.com 
Aug 29, 2015

A reminder..

You are perfect, you are enough, you are invaluable...

Just be you and tell yourself this over and over

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 28, 2015
Laura works as a holistic health coach for "emotional detoxing”. She helps women to uncover the emotional burdens that they carry as excess weight, or in form of emotional eating habits, so that they transform and release weight and unhealthy habits for good. 
 
In her work, she doesn't look at conscious-behaviorial changes, but digs deeper into what the underlying cause is. With that she often find traumatic experiences in childhood, or patterns in the family system.
 
Today we will learn why we really do what we do and how uncovering the reasons with connections can help us “emotionally detox and recover.
 
Find more about Laura @ http://lauraghedina.com/emotional-detoxing/
 
xoxo, laurenjean
Aug 22, 2015

Today's tip:

Make someone's day by smiling or asking them how they are doing.  It will make you feel great and they will feel wonderful too because someone cares about how they feel.

 

I've done this and it's a wonderful feeling!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 21, 2015

In this episode with Dianne learn:

 

  • How she coaches woment to fight stress with food
  • What happens during high stress periods of life
  • How eating poorly will affect your day
  • What Dianne believes about restricting foods
  • What happens when you "just eat" out of boredom
  • and more!

 

Find Dianne @ http://diannerossharrison.com

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Aug 15, 2015

Today's tip- 

Find a book you can lost in 

Find a place and time to read

Go do it

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 14, 2015

Learn how coach Amyjo connects her love of fashion to her other love of nutrition and health.

Learn how to connect to your body through feelings and just eat what you want and what feels good.

Learn what with holding food will do to you mentally

Learn why we get rebellious when we restrict foods or create "rules"

Why it's ok to want sweet foods

Why when you binge with sugar you just want more and can't stop

Learn that it's all okay and you are not alone in this cycle..

Alot more is in this interview and you can find Amyjo @Little Black Dress Revolution.

 

Thanks for listening!!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Aug 8, 2015

thanks for joining me today

today's tip- allow yourself to feel your feelings, don't stuff them away for them to affect other areas of your life...

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 7, 2015

Michelle Viña-Baltsas is the founder of The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, LLC. After healing herself from being an avid emotional overeater and chronic dieter for several decades, she started her practice to help women who wanted to improve their relationship with food by freeing themselves from the ‘diet mentality’, emotional overeating, food cravings, and negative body image. 

She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and has had the pleasure of studying with esteemed authors and emotional eating experts, Evelyn Tribole, M.S., R.D., Elyse Resch, M.S., R.D., and Geneen Roth.

Michelle is a strong proponent of body diversity and believes that women have many gifts to offer the world regardless of their shape or size. She thrives in supporting women who struggle with emotional overeating and body image both privately (phone or Skype) and in group settings. She loves her work and feels honored to be supporting women in attaining their full potential without the constant food obsession and body image. 

For more information about Michelle, go to her website www.thecurlyhairedchica.com her Facebook page The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, or find her on Twitter [@vbmichelle].

 

In this episode with Michelle learn:

How do you define freedom from food?

 

Do you know what it means to have a 'diet mentality'?

 

Do you believe that certain foods should be abstained from eating?

 

And much more!

 

Xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 7, 2015

Michelle Viña-Baltsas is the founder of The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, LLC. After healing herself from being an avid emotional overeater and chronic dieter for several decades, she started her practice to help women who wanted to improve their relationship with food by freeing themselves from the ‘diet mentality’, emotional overeating, food cravings, and negative body image. 

She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and has had the pleasure of studying with esteemed authors and emotional eating experts, Evelyn Tribole, M.S., R.D., Elyse Resch, M.S., R.D., and Geneen Roth.

Michelle is a strong proponent of body diversity and believes that women have many gifts to offer the world regardless of their shape or size. She thrives in supporting women who struggle with emotional overeating and body image both privately (phone or Skype) and in group settings. She loves her work and feels honored to be supporting women in attaining their full potential without the constant food obsession and body image.

For more information about Michelle, go to her website www.thecurlyhairedchica.com her Facebook page The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, or find her on Twitter [@vbmichelle].

 

In this episode with Michelle learn:

How do you define freedom from food?

 

Do you know what it means to have a 'diet mentality'?

 

Do you believe that certain foods should be abstained from eating?

 

And much more!

Xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 4, 2015

I have been doing so much work, so much digging, so much to try and understand why I do what I do..

Below are 8 ways I've been improving my diet mentality:

1. Digging deep into my  emotions and starting to make connections 

2. I am discovering what I am afraid of and facing it.

3. Talking with a friend on a weekly basis on person and daily through text

4. Using evernote to journal

5. Questioning myself each time I grab something to eat

6. Addressing food triggers

7. interviewing coaches for the show

8. Teaching myself to listen to my body, when I am hungry.

These simple tips can get you started, even if you just choose just 1...do it, youll be happy you did!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Please comeon over and join my new Mommacast facebook group and join in the conversation and get the latest show updates!

Aug 1, 2015

Think about all the times you eat throughout the day....breakfast, lunh, dinner, snacks... Are you actually hungry or is something else bringing you to the food? Or is it a a habit? 

 

I challenge you to think and get to know yourself and your thoughts..

Aug 1, 2015

Think about all the times you eat throughout the day....breakfast, lunh, dinner, snacks... Are you actually hungry or is something else bringing you to the food? Or is it a a habit? 

 

I challenge you to think and get to know yourself and your thoughts..

Jul 31, 2015

Isabel Foxen Duke is a Certified Health Coach and Emotional Eating Expert.

Her areas of expertise include binge-eating, emotional eating and chronic unsuccessful dieting.

After years of trying to overcome emotional eating through "traditional" and alternative approaches, Isabel discovered some radical new ways to get women over their food issues — not just by shifting the mindsets of individuals, but by creating a greater cultural revolution.

Her writing and free guide, How to Not Eat Cake...really fast, standing up, when nobody's looking, can be found at www.isabelfoxenduke.com.

In this episode learn:

 

What a diet culture is and how it affects us as women.

 

Why women want to lose weight and what do we think we will gain from it.

 

A little history of where dieting started (very little)

 

Why weight went from vanity to health and now doctors are backing up dieting…

 

Why yo-yo dieting does not work…

 

The diet industry knows that diets do not work and yet they continue to sell us and we continue to buy

 

What binge eating is and what it does to us…

 

When we lose control around food it turns into disaster and then what?

 

What emotional eating is according to Isabel…

 

Dieting is correlated to emotional eating…

Nothing is good or bad, it’s about choice and what’s appropriate for you as an individual…

 

What a “normal eater is”…

 

What intuitive eating is…

 

And more…

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this show because the interview was great!!

 

Please share if you think this will help others!

 

Go to www.isabelfoxenduke..com and get her guide and sign up for her newletter

 

Thanks, laurenjean

Jul 25, 2015

Today I want you to love your body for what it is now...

 

Get outta that head and start to realize what your beautiful body has done for you and what it continues to do for you....

Jul 25, 2015

Get out there, enjoy life, spend time with friends and laugh!

Jul 24, 2015

Listen up if you are struggling with weight loss...

 

Do you diet, cleanse, or detox?

Do you fail and gain back the weight?

Do you need to have control?

Do you binge?

Do you worry about what other peopl witll think of you?

Are you seen as the "healthy one"?

Are you sick of all this shit?

 

I am!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Jul 18, 2015

Stop bullshitting yourself and making excuses why you can't take a vacation NOW!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Jul 17, 2015

In this episode with Michelle learn:

 

What a Natural Solution is and how it can help you on a daily basis with stress

 

A little about essential oils (www.mydoterra.com/michellemariewisdom)

 

What a natural solution is compared to what over-the-counter is

 

How marketing fools us, according to michelle

 

How to get through everyday life as a work at home mom, wife, and pregnancy, AND new house…

 

How to use self care to reduce stress everyday, no excuses

 

Why it’s crucial to stay as stress free as possible

 

“Nothing is impossible if you try”- Michelle Wisdom

 

Find Miss Michelle at her new website @ www.michellewisdom.com

 

xoxo, laurenjean

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