Its Christmas time.

Be ‘merry’ they’ll you.

And while I’m not much of a drinker I have zero judgement for those that do.

My friends are some of the wildest cats there are.

With that in mind I want to share a story with you on discovering the ‘root problem’ this Christmas period.

Let me tell you about a client, we’ll call her Arabella.

While Arabella is a beautiful name that isnt her real name, I’m just to protect her identity as some of you know her.

One thing she use to struggle with was staying on track with her nutrition over the weekends.


And on the surface level it looks just like that. Weekend = food frenzy.

But when we dismantled it there was a bit more to the story.

She doesnt really like being the centre of attention; so if she was to order fish and salad (and everyone else was having a parmi and beers) she would get extra attention and that would make her feel uncomfortable.

She wants to be liked by everyone and feels that if she was to leave a party early or not be drinking she would be judged by others.

She likes the feeling of having a few drinks, it kind of takes away any uncomfortable feelings for her.

She has a fear of not being ‘fun’ enough if she is sober (even though she is one of the funniest people I’ve ever met)

So long story short when you ‘fall of the bandwagon’ this coming Christmas/New Years there might be a little more to it than it appears.

Question is can you get to the root cause and dismantle it.

If you want help with that hit ‘reply’ and we can work through those blocks together.

Signing off

Blake The Unblocker