7 Biggest Relationship Mistakes
Learn 7 vital mistakes that you should avoid if you want to create a loving long-lasting relationship, as well as 10 tips to prevent and minimize conflicts and misunderstanding.
Healing the Inner Child
What is the Inner Child? What defense mechanisms does he use? How does our wounded inner child affect our relationships? And most importantly, what are the 7 ways of healing our Inner Child? Watch the webinar to find all the answers.
Coping with traumatic events and PTSD
Three most common mechanisms to cope with traumatic events and PTSD. Learn how our psyche works and which healing method to choose.
Emotional eating: Food as a substitute for love.
Watch this webinar to learn:
– Why diets don’t work,
– How food can substitute for a lack of love in relationships,
– Why do people end up in toxic relationships?
– How does emotional eating relate to weight problems?
– Why do people with happy childhood develop overeating problems?
Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what problems you have.
Did you know that we suppress specific emotions with specific foods? For example, people who like chips, often suppress their anger. Salty food can hide self-criticism. In this webinar, I talk about loneliness, lack of love, anxiety, hidden anger, feelings of guilt, and even positive emotions like joy and happiness. The type of food that we eat can tell us a lot about ourselves and about our loved ones. Watch this webinar to unfold the connection between your favorite food and the emotions that you are trying to suppress!
Oral personality type and overeating.
You’ve probably heard that every problem that we have in life can be traced to the events in our childhood. Weight problems, smoking, alcoholism, verbal abuse, toxic relationships, unrequited love, and an inability to control anger… how are all those things are related? Watch this webinar to learn about the oral stage of psychosexual development that we all went through during the first 18 months of our lives.
Food as a universal remedy for better and for worse.
In order to understand how we are emotionally dependent on food, we will learn about how emotional eating is developed from the moment we are born, through our childhood, teenage years, and into our adulthood. In this webinar, you will discover how food helps us to deal with our fears, low self-esteem, and, at the same time, how food can help us to celebrate our victories in life.
Weight Loss, Sexuality, and Money.
Sex is what we do. Sexuality is who we are. The ability to give and receive pleasure, to experience orgasm, to be vulnerable, and to trust your partner… let’s dive into this topic and see how it is connected to food.