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'Are You Telling Me I'm Not Okay?' -- How To Maintain A Healthy Relationship With Guidance

We've all been there: hearing or reading about the latest popular diet (Paleo, vegan, Mediterranean, the list goes on and on) that claims to know just what, when, and how we should eat. At some point, I just feel like rebelling and eating whatever I want. Or perhaps it's the latest self-help program, full of guidelines for affirmations, prescribed thought, behavior patterns, and so on.
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