91: Food, Sex and You
Stacey Gorlicky is a registered Psychotherapist and author of the book “Food, Sex and You”. She was also the former host of a live call in show “Mind Matters”. Her areas of specialization are addiction, trauma, anxiety and depression. As an Addictions Counselor, Stacey studied at Ontario’s McMasters University (CCACCF). She also studied in Transformational Arts College, graduating with honors as a Certified Psychotherapist and Spiritual Director.
In this episode we discuss relationship topics that include:
- The similarities between our relationships with food and sex.
- How to avoid ’emotional eating’.
- Reaching out to your partner to help them in a non-threatening way.
- Practicing self love and forgiveness.
- How trauma in early life affects our current relationships.
- And much more!
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Stacey’s Daily Tool
Be softer on your partner.
Relationship Advice Resource
Advice for Newlyweds
The first year can be challenging and know that it will get smoother. Learn to accept the other person.
Advice for Single Listeners
Work on yourself improvement.