What to Do When You Can’t Stop Comparing Your Body to Others

“A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms.” – Zen Shin

In a world that is obsessed with beauty and thinness, it’s a challenge to not get constantly sucked into the “I have to be thinner” mindset. When you’re healing from a crazy relationship with food and are going through inner turmoil regarding your body image, it’s even more of an uphill climb.

Comparison may be part of the journey to self-confidence but it doesn’t have to take you down; back into the abyss called dieting.

In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, Deb and I talk about the comparison trap and how to heal the need to constantly measure your body against the bodies of others. We share the best ways to let go of envy and jealousy without shame or guilt.

Check out Deb’s new blog “We are more than good enough” here.


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Love and light,

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