Three Loving Ways to Stick to Your Diet at Social Gatherings
Eating for your health can be met with odd looks, aggressive questions, and even outright criticism at social events. Others’ reactions often come from feeling ill at ease, along with perceptions of being judged. But can you successfully address the fears that others may have, while also honoring your boundaries and not compromising your dietary choices? Yes, you can! Veronica Monet — Food Revolutionary, relationship coach, and assistant to Food Revolution Network President, John Robbins, shares ways to bring empathy into food conversations — and three key things you can do to stay true to yourself while helping those around you feel accepted and respected.