Too many people are struggling with conflicting messages around food, body, and diet. They crave a clear and lasting solution, with good reason. The Food Relationship workbook introduces the reader to mind-body science, results-oriented psychology, body-centered practices, and a positive and compassionate approach to challenges with food and eating. Eating is a frequent activity, and struggling with it can take up a lot of space. The good news is that food does not have to be a lifelong challenge. Through the activities therein and some dedicated practice, you can be free to enjoy food, nourish yourself properly, and step into food confidence for good.