Addiction, Shame & Grief
Whenever we’re faced with challenges in our lives, it can be easy to give up. Its a choice, it’s your willingness to work through them and heal. It is then your greatest gifts and passions show up. You don’t have to hit the proverbial “rock bottom” before deciding this isn’t working. It can be one event that triggers the need for some other direction in life to be taken.
In this interview with Sarah Roberts we cover…
How Sarah’s need for connection, to fit in led to addiction. Her recovery through healthy food and entering grief when her dad, mentor, and supporter died. Sarah Roberts, a TV host, and producer speaks openly and from the heart, about subjects many find hard to talk about.
In this open and candid interview with Sarah, we delved into these topics:
- How and why her passion, cooking and creating using real, whole foods began.
- Her purpose is Sarah’s successful One Bite at a Time (OBAAT) coaching helping others find freedom from food, sugar, alcohol, and body image issues that have kept them stuck.
- Shame helped her create her own healthy life-style and how speaking about her own shame gives others permission to own their own.
- We are wired for the need to connect and what this need is creating in our children in our social media reality
- Sarah’s own journey with grief when her dad died suddenly. How she and her brother have coped differently over his passing
- Her thoughts on the statement readily used in Society “you never get over your grief”
- Good self-care is necessary especially when you are struggling with your appetite. Some suggestions of what foods to include in your diet and why.
To listen to this episode in the Let’s Talk About Grief Podcast – you can from Apple Podcast download it here
or here if you prefer Spotify