Day Three

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Your Practices for Day Three

Day three is all about forgiveness and gratitude. Watch the video then refer to the practices below and your workbook for your homework.

  1. Continue your practices from days one and two.

  2. Spend some time considering anything you may be holding on to that requires forgiveness. Your past? Your food choices? Your body/weight? Set an intention to forgive yourself for all of it.

  3. Spend some time practicing gratitude. How many things about your life can you find to be grateful for? How many things about yourself and your body can you find to be grateful for?

That’s it 👍

Today's Mantra: I am free to forgive myself & my body & choose to live with gratitude for all that I am.

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Day's End Journal Prompts


Take a few minutes to reflect on your day and consider or journal about the following:

  • Were you able to remember some of your practices from day one and two?

  • Did you identify any things you'd like to forgive yourself for?

  • How many things were you able to find to be grateful for?

  • Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, and build on them tomorrow!

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NOTE: While counselors or therapists often use CBT to deal with mental illness or a patient’s mental/emotional conditions and/or processing trauma, MBCT & cognitive eating does not. My roll as a coach, in its most simple form, is to encourage, coach and/or act as a facilitator of a client’s self-reflection, decision making, planning for the future, and creating life changes. As an MBCT & cognitive eating coach, I am obligated to refer clients in need of mental or physical health therapy to an appropriate licensed professional.  

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