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Noticing the shift

By Charlene Rayburn

woman reading a bookI have just a few words about a remarkable occurrence. This morning I re-read the beginning of the first chapter of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat. There is a core difference from the first time I read it. I noticed that I now relate more to the experiences of instinctive eating, than the overeating and restrictive eating behaviors.

I don’t know what words could express my gratitude for the healing that has taken place in my body, mind, heart and spirit.


About the author

Charlene Rayburn, CVCC, lives her passion for mindfulness and intentional leadership by serving as a personal and professional leadership coach, by managing a department of dedicated employees for a Fortune 500 sized health insurance organization, and by facilitating Am I Hungry?® workshops and coaching sessions. She has coached extensively with individuals and groups outside the corporate world, as well as with executives, leaders, and teams in non-profit, private, public, governmental, and educational organizations spanning the globe. Charlene received her coaching certificate through the Center for Coaching Mastery at Coachville, LLC, and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Management from Davenport University. She is a member of the National Management Association. One of her most emotionally challenging and rewarding experiences was serving as a volunteer at the Center for Battered Women. Charlene currently lives in Michigan and enjoys spending time with her husband of over 20 years, reading, learning, cooking, practicing yoga, and watching her grandson grow, who lives with his dad, her stepson in Fort Worth, Texas.

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