Back in psychology grad school, I learned about learning. There are theories about how people learn, and in my academic endeavors I attempted a lot of them. But I found that the best way for me to learn something was to teach it to others. Teaching others forces you to know the material better. Explaining aloud also helps you organize thoughts and ideas.
So, if you want to get better at mindful eating and mindfulness, teach it to someone else. Find a friend, or family member, who is curious about mindful eating and teach her what you have learned. Use these blogs as fodder for your “classes.” Grab a FREE REPORT from the TAME Your Appetite shop and use it as a handout. Form your own mindful eating class and met regularly taking turns teaching the “material.”
Try teaching and let me know how it goes.
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