Let’s hope that, as Brené Brown says, vulnerability is indeed powerful.
It was hard to post my first video about Bright Line Eating. I still half cringe at the thought that it is now common knowledge that I have an issue with food.
In the weeks following that post I swam in an almost permanent state of embarrassment and lost my bright lines. I later learned that this is referred to as a ‘vulnerability hangover’.
Today I’ve found my stability again, so it’s time to share what I typically eat on the BLE food plan. Though if I suffer another vulnerability hangover then, due to the timing of this post, I risk falling head first into a pile of Christmas fudge. So let’s hope I’m psychologically stronger with two extra months of bright lines under my belt.
Do you, too, find food to be the hardest thing?
The Susceptibility Quiz is the next place to go if you relate to any of the following:
As if this post weren’t already vulnerable enough, I don’t like the way I look in this video. But I like what I say, and maybe the message will help some. So please excuse the bad skin and hair!
*Nos amis francophones: il y a des sous-titres, il faut cliquer sur CC*
Sharing my experience with Bright Line Eating has been highly rewarding. I am touched by the positive feedback I’ve had from some of you. Thank you for your compassion, acceptance and love.
So, here I go trying to be all nonchalant about being massively vulnerable once more.
Tra-la-la-la-la and a happy Christmas to you,