3 questions to start a great conversation with your body

3-questions-that-will-start-a-powerful-conversation-with-your-body-2This week I did something new and fun!

I texted everyone on my Nourished Woman Nation text list and offered a free 15-minute consult to the first 10 people who responded!

(If you’re not on that list and want to be…simply text the word: NOURISH to 617-500-1922)

You might not think you can get into a lot of juicy conversation in 15 minutes, but that’s just not true at all!

When it comes to talking about our relationship to food and body women have A LOT to say!

We know what’s working in our relationship to our food and body and we know what’s NOT!

So in the conversations I had, we were able to dive right into how to create a more positive and healthy relationship.

I want to encourage you to start this conversation with yourself!

The reality is that we make time to talk to our kids, our partners, our friends, our colleagues and more…but with ourselves and our body – NOT SO MUCH 🙁

What I’m interested in, is having you take the time to talk more intimately with yourself – specifically with your body.


So let’s start the conversation (and if you want to continue it with support, be sure to join the Nourished Woman Nation)

Here are the 3 questions to ask your body…

Dear body…
  • What works for you?
  • What doesn’t work for you?
  • How can we do more of what works?
I’d love to hear what came up for you. You can let me know right here in the comments section.
Please know, this is a conversation opener, there’s more to say and explore within your relationship with your body, but this is a good beginning.

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Nina Manolson, MA, CHC, certified Health Coach and Psychology of Eating Coach believes that every woman deserves to feel good in her own body. She helps women create a healthy and positive relationship with their food and body so they can love their body and life!  She’s the founder of NinaManolson.com and NourishedWomanNation.com 

She helps busy women look and feel their best. She specializes in working with women over 40 who have tried other diets and approaches but are still struggling with their body and food. She helps women step into a new wellness paradigm that makes self-care real and do-able and turns it into sustainable healthy habits that

She’s the author of “Feed Your Kids Well In A World That Doesn’t: an everyday guide to make healthy food happen in your home and beyond”. She’s also the recipient of the prestigious Health Leadership Award from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

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