This article discusses how you can know if the Eating with Ease Program is the right picky eating solution for you.
Listen….I know I talk about the Eating with Ease Program like it’s the answer to all of your picky eating problems.
For some people it IS.
The Eating with Ease Program has helped over 100 kids become more comfortable, confident eaters.
It’s helped kids who cried at the thought of trying a new food or gagged from just seeing a new food on their plate. It’s helped kids who “failed” at food therapy and those who haven’t touched a vegetable in years.
The Program and the framework I share with parents works.
But it’s not for everyone.
Who the Eating with Ease Program is NOT For
For example, the program doesn’t help people who:
- Are looking for an easy fix
- Expect too much with their child’s eating too soon…..and struggle to recognize and celebrate the small wins
- Won’t try because they feel like they already have, maybe more than once
- Feel like nothing has worked so far and assume nothing will
When you join the Eating with Ease Program, you need to be open, ready to try – even if it means trying again – and willing to be surprised.
Who the Eating with Ease Program IS For
The parents who join the Eating with Ease Program and see the best results:
- Believe that their child’s eating can get better
- Are willing to put in the time, effort, and energy to help their child….even if it’s doing things they’ve tried before
- Can laugh when things are, well, funny (because feeding kids is hard and weird and ridiculous)
- Recognize that the path to new foods might be windy and bumpy, and they’re here for it anyway
- Know that helping their child eat something “big” like a chicken-veggie stir fry starts with something simple like eating a new brand of pretzels
Joining the Eating with Ease Program
If that sounds like you and if you are not only ready for your child’s eating to get better, but truly believe that it can, book a no-pressure call where we can talk about your child’s eating, what you’ve tried so far, and explore how the Eating with Ease Program can help.