Word power, not willpower will help you lose weight. No more making ourselves do insane crap to lose weight. People ask me all the time, "What did you do to lose 100lbs?" I did a lot of things truth be told. But the things I did to lose weight would've never happened if I didn't ditch my asshole thinking around food like... You should be doing more (each day I walked for 15 minutes). This won't matter (when I was staring at a couple of chicken nuggets Logan didn't eat). You did OK today, hope you don't screw up tomorrow (instead of celebrating that I was showing up for myself). I know if I can teach you ONE THING and ONE THING only about weightloss it would be to change how you talk and think. Today's podcast is all about that. I interviewed Karen Koenig who is the author of some of my favorite books on becoming a normal eater. Her newest book "Words to Eat By" is a must-read! As Karen Koenig said in the podcast... "Self-talk is subtle but extremely powerful. It's the driver of how you show up." I totally agree and you hear me PREACH this ALL THE TIME. In the podcast we discuss: What to do when you first start listening to how you talk (because there could be some shock and awe about what you hear). What a disregulated eater is and how they have an amazing talent for saying just the wrong thing to themselves at the times they need positivity the most. The purpose of shame and its evolutionary role (this might shock you). Why hooting and hollering is a GOOD for women and especially my Binge Eaters. I know you'll love this podcast. You can order the books we mention in the podcast by clicking here. Get the Free Course here: http://NoBSFreeCourse.com
23 - Winning in a Woman's Way with Empowering Women Leaders' Karen Koenig
Small Business, Big Life
In this episode, your host, Derick Van Ness talks to Empowering Women Leaders' Karen Koenig about the differences between men and women in business, stopping the 'getting ready to get ready' mentality, financial mistakes to avoid, tax strategy for business owners, and more.
It's our last money episode for April's Financial Awareness Month. For real this time! On this week's episode, we welcome Money Psychology expert Karen Koenig. Karen walks us through the different types of money personalities, how to get over perfection paralysis, and chats with us about her book. Enjoy! This week’s drink: Rose Scented Strawberry Cocktail Connect with Karen @financiallyempoweringyou www.womanontop.biz Connect with us on Instagram @pressforchampagnepodcast! Dani @culleyavenue Brandi @_brandi_jo_
Ep #134 - Money! A sore subject for many, including women in divorce. In this empowering chat, Susan shares a conversation with Karen Koenig about divorce and the disadvantage many women find themselves in regarding the managing of money. Karen is the author of , Women on Top: How To Win in a Woman's Way. In her book she offers strategies to help you get results and feel great about your business and managing your money. Karen is an author and financial empowerment expert. To learn more about Karen: womanontop.biz For information on her book: Woman-Top-How-Win-Womans-ebook For more in Susan: susanburrell.com Live An Empowered Life: A 30-Day Journey Book: susanburrell.com/book
On Emotional Eating, Perfectionism, Nice Boys/ Gals Syndrome- Karen Koenig with Imi Lo
Eggshell Transformations with Imi Lo
SHOW NOTES: https://www.eggshelltherapy.com/podcast-blog/2020/03/14/karen_koenig/Do you sometimes eat even when you are not hungry, but just feel bored, angry or empty?Are you chronically stressed because you try to be perfect all the time?My conversation with emotional eating expert Karen Koenig ends up being not just about eating, but our deeply unconscious patterns and personality tendencies that hold us back, such as perfectionism and what she calls nice boys and girls syndrome.This conversation was both intimate and practical. We shared some of our journeys, and Karen offered great tips you can immediately use to get off the emotional roller coaster.Whether or not you think you struggle with emotional eating, I think you will learn a lot from this. ABOUT KARENKaren R. Koenig, is a licensed psychotherapist, motivational speaker and international author who has specialised in the field of compulsive, emotional and restrictive eating for more than 30 years.She is a co-founder of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders and a former member of the Professional Advisory Committee of the Multi-service Eating Disorder Association of Massachusetts.During the past three decades, she has taught and made presentations to many venues from adult education centres to the Business Women's Association.Among other publications, her essays and articles have appeared in numerous journals and magazines. Among three of her books, there are ten foreign-language translations.LINKS:Website: https://www.karenrkoenig.comAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Karen-R.-Koenig/e/B001JS3E28Facebook App:https://apps.facebook.com/274238316993For more, Please visit: https://www.eggshelltherapy.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/eggshelltransformationsNewsletters: https://eepurl.com/bykHRzDisclaimers: https://www.eggshelltherapy.com/disclaimers Trigger Warning: This episode may cover sensitive topics including but not limited to suicide, abuse, violence, severe mental illnesses, sex, drugs, alcohol addiction, psychedelics, and the use of plant medicines. You are advised to refrain from watching or listening to the YouTube Channel or Podcast if you are likely to be offended or adversely impacted by any of these topics.Disclaimer: The content provided is for informational purposes only. Please do not consider any of the content clinical or professional advice. None of the content can substitute professional consultation, psychotherapy, diagnosis, or any mental health intervention. Opinions and views expressed by the host and the guests are personal views and they reserve the right to change their opinions. We also cannot guarantee that everything mentioned is factual and completely accurate. Any action you take based on the information in this episode is taken strictly at your own risk. For a full disclaimer, please refer to: https://www.eggshelltherapy.com/disclaimers/
If you struggle with emotional eating, disordered eating, mindless or compulsive eating, restricted eating or the up and down weight gain/ weight loss cycle- this podcast is for you. I am delighted to welcome Karen Koenig to the Fit + Vibrant You Podcast. In our interview, she shares: ✔️What the ‘rules’ of normal eating are, and what a day of normal eating looks like ✔️The personality traits associated with disordered eating (and whether you can change them) ✔️What self compassion and body acceptance actually means- and how it can free you up to live a more meaningful life ✔️Why the typical advice on overcoming emotional eating and binge eating such as “wait 20 minutes so that you can feel full” “drink water” or “just stop binging” don’t work for the long term For over 30 years, Karen has been helping dieters, emotional, compulsive and mindless eaters, and weight-cyclers become “normal” eaters. Karen is a licensed psychotherapist, motivational speaker and international author. She lives, teaches and practices in Sarasota, Florida. Karen is also the co-founder of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders and a former member of the Professional Advisory Committee of the Multi-service Eating Disorder Association of Massachusetts. Find Karen Online: Her website:www.karenrkoenig.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/normaleatingwithkarenrkoenig We hope you enjoy our conversation. I highly recommend her books to help you on your journey to more peaceful, natural relationship with food and your body. And like always, don’t just listen in- take ACTION. With love, Tanja x
Author Karen Koenig wants women to step into their own
On the Edge with April Mahoney
Author Karen Koenig is high stepping here on the edge with her book "Woman on Top, How to win in a woman's way. Karen is a retired 26yrs veteran of the United States Air Force with a story to tell all women about have build confident, have clarity, stand with courage and how to teach people how to treat you in life and business.
Alanis sat down with Karen Koenig for this month’s podcast to talk about emotional and restrictive eating and how to maintain a healthy relationship with food. Below are books by Karen Koenig: Starting Monday: Seven Keys to a Permanent, Positive Relationship with Food The Rules of "Normal" Eating: A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between! The Food and Feelings Workbook: A Full Course Meal on Emotional Health What Every Therapist Needs to Know about Treating Eating and Weight Issues Nice Girls Finish Fat: Put Yourself First and Change Your Eating Forever Outsmarting Overeating: Boost Your Life Skills, End Your Food Problems
Food and Feelings. How to Prevent or Curb Emotional Eating with Karen Koenig
The Healthy Family Podcast
From the moment we are born food and emotions are intertwined. We get fed milk while being held and enjoy connection at the family table. But as time marches on, food can all too easily be used as a way to distract us from difficult emotions or fill an emotional void. This results in dysregulated eating -- eating too much or too little, and spending way too much time thinking about food and weight. The problem is our quick-fix culture searches for answers by making up food rules, tightly controlling goodies, or to simply “thinking positive.” Our expert today says it takes both a mindful eating approach and tuning in to our emotions to get back to what she calls "normal eating." On episode 18 of The Healthy Family Podcast we have on Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed., licensed psychotherapist specializing in the field of compulsive, emotional and restrictive eating. She is co-founder of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders and a former member of the Professional Advisory Committee of the Multi-service Eating Disorder Association of Massachusetts. She is author of several books including The Rules of "Normal" Eating, Outsmarting Overeating and The Food and Feelings Workbook. She will forever change the way you see food and emotions, and that’s a good thing.
Episode 80: Karen Koenig: Becoming a "Normal" Eater in the Recovery Process
Today, Kathy is joined by Karen Koenig and their topic is becoming a “normal” eater in the recovery process. They discuss some of the essentials of becoming a “normal” eater while recovering from an eating disorder as well as a handful of other important topics around eating.