• Summary

  • Are you in an unhealthy relationship with food - caught in the cycle of binge eating, diet culture, and obsessive food thoughts? Molly Carmel, author and leading eating disorders and addictions therapist, is here to help. Each week, you’ll hear from folks who’ve overcome their struggles with food and weight. You’ll learn how to heal your relationship with food and ditch diets once and for all. Molly Carmel is fiercely devoted to your freedom so that you can show up for yourself and the life you deserve.
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Episodes
  • Why We Always Have Choices and The Importance of Unlearning the Stories We Tell Ourselves

    Dec 1 2021

    In this episode, I have a conversation with Jayme, who so bravely offered to come on the pod today and share her current predicament and story with us after I asked our Facebook group for volunteers willing to come on WYC and have some REAL TALK. And wow do we go there. Jayme and I talk through the VERY REAL danger of the stories we tell ourselves (and believe!), how easily we forget that we have choices, and why failure needs to get out of our vocabulary, like yesterday. Jayme is real and authentic in describing her struggle - which is a love language we should all consider engaging more in. I know that this powerful conversation is going to help so many people.

     

    We talk a lot about our amazing Breaking up with Sugar facebook group - you can join it here!


    I’m obsessed with knowing all about what you’ve thought about this podcast and the directions we should be going, so please follow (and DM!) me on Instagram and Facebook and find more on my website. We’re in this together and the journey is going to be so awesome.

    Produced by Dear Media

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    46 mins
  • How to Prepare for Thanksgiving When You’re Working on Healing your Relationship with Food

    Nov 24 2021

    I wouldn’t be your coach, or your bestie if I neglected to talk you through THE binge holiday of the year coming TOMORROW. So I took the time to make a little solo episode to share with you the most important things I’ve learned about getting through this tricky holiday while respecting your goals and maintaining a loving relationship with food. We’re going to get into what to do about food pushers, family, “scarcity mindset,” and talk through some of my strategies that have helped me and the thousands of clients I’ve treated through the years. Gobble, gobble gratitude - grab your wise mind and pen - you don’t want to miss a minute of this one!


    I’m obsessed with knowing all about you, so please follow (and DM!) me on Instagram and Facebook and find more on my website. We’re in this together and the journey is going to be so awesome.

    Produced by Dear Media

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    30 mins
  • Why Labels Don’t Tell the Whole Story and What To Do About Dead-End Solutions with Dr. Charlie Swenson

    Nov 17 2021

    In this episode, I have a conversation with my teacher and one of the leading therapist in the field of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Dr. Charlie Swenson. Charlie gives us the run-down on how to sit with uncomfortable feelings and why radical acceptance is a skill we all terribly need. He discusses why perfectionism doesn’t work, our profound need for connection to help us with cravings.. and life, and why validation is so important. Hear it from *the* expert himself - this is a must-listen!

     

    Dr. Charlie Swenson, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, attended Harvard College and Yale Medical School. Trained in psychiatry at Yale University and in psychoanalysis at Western New England Psychoanalytic Institute, he went on to direct long-term inpatient and day treatment programs for individuals with borderline disorders in New York while on faculty of Cornell Medical School.  He implemented both psychoanalytic and DBT models in these programs.  While on faculty at University of Massachusetts Medical School, and as a Medical Director for the Department of Mental Health, he implemented DBT throughout the public sector of Western Massachusetts. Meanwhile, he was engaged in training thousands of clinicians in DBT workshops and supervision, published more than two dozen articles on the treatment of borderline patients in various settings, and maintained his own private practice with adults, families, and adolescents.  In 2016, Charlie published a book, DBT Principles in Action: Change, Acceptance, and Dialectics

     

    Get to know Charlie more by visiting his website at charlieswenson.com and by listening to his amazing and incredibly insightful podcast To Hell and Back


    I’m also obsessed with knowing all about you, so please follow (and DM!)  me on Instagram, Facebook and my website. We’re in this together and the journey is going to be so awesome.

    Produced by Dear Media

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    43 mins

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  • Laura Killion
  • 23-05-21

Worth Your Time and Consideration

Molly Carmels approach to creating a healthy relationship with food has helped me make so many positive changes. Hearing her interview others continues to expand my toolkit and open my mind to ways to live a healthy life.