Filled With Good: Theology of the Body for Food Addicts

Filled With Good: Theology of the Body for Food Addicts

Starting October 6, 2022

Stay tuned for updates as I work through a series of semi-catastrophic technology issues!

Filled With Good: Theology of the Body for Food Addicts offers tools from St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body to connect us with God’s compassionate love as we seek freedom from binge eating, compulsive overeating and other compulsive food behaviors.

Filled With Good features a series of video lessons, journal pages, weekly confidential live webinars, and participation in a private online community.

More than a Catholic weight loss program, Filled With Good offers a path back to God’s original design for us–body, mind, heart, soul, and strength–free from slavery to food.

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Updates to come include: Free Introduction, participant testimonials, pricing, and discount codes!

Watch Erin’s 100llb Weight Loss Story Here!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is Filled With Good: Theology of the Body for Food Addicts?

Filled With Good: Theology of the Body for Food Addicts offers tools from St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body to connect us with God’s compassionate love as we seek freedom from binge eating, compulsive overeating and other compulsive food behaviors.

In addition to a “try before you buy” introductory lesson, Filled With Good provides six chapters of video lessons, a participant journal, confidential live seminars, and inclusion in a private online interactive community with daily discussion prompts, all designed to support you in your work to break free from compulsive food behaviors.

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More than a Catholic weight loss program or a spiritual weight loss journey, Filled With Good offers a path back to God’s original design for us–body, mind, heart, soul, and strength–free from slavery to food and human opinion on body image.

Why did you create Filled With Good?

As I was doing the work to recover from a lifetime suffering from binge eating disorder, I was dumbstruck by the parallels between the mental health tools I was learning, the modern addiction science behind those tools, and the teachings St. John Paul II presents in the Theology of the Body. Knowing that living in food freedom was just an expression of God’s original design for my body helped (and still helps) me understand, accept, and rejoice in God’s plan for how I am nourished every day, body, mind, heart, soul, and strength — how I already am filled with good.

Once I saw these tools working in my own life, I believed it was important for me to put Wisdom 7:13 into action:

I have learned [wisdom] without guile, and communicate without envy, and her riches I hide not.

In other words, if I want to keep it, I’d better share it.

What kinds of foods do Filled With Good participants have to eat? What kinds of foods do participants have to avoid?

In Filled With Good, you’re not going to get guidance or discussion about which foods you should or shouldn’t be eating, or how much you should or shouldn’t eat, for weight loss. Your food choices are between you, your health care team, and God. Instead, Filled With Good focuses on getting you back to God’s original plan for your peace of mind, body, and soul, so that you are free to choose the foods and amounts that are healing for you.

Does Filled With Good include tracking my weight or body measurements?

Whether you’re living in total freedom from slavery to food or not, your body is already filled with good. In Filled With Good, we’re not going to be talking much about your weight or body shape. The size and shape of your body are between you, your health care team, and God.

About how much time will participation in Filled With Good require?

Filled With Good includes:

  • 6 chapters of video lessons with a total of 25-30 minutes’ worth of videos to watch per chapter
  • One interactive webinar per chapter, plus one follow-up interactive webinar three weeks later, for a total of 8 webinars, at 90 minutes each
  • 5-10 minutes of daily journaling activities
  • However much time you want to give to our private online interactive Filled With Good community

When you are considering signing up for Filled With Good, ask yourself how much time you already give to your food behaviors. Would it be a fair exchange?

How soon does the next Filled With Good cycle start?

The introductory Filled With Good webinar is scheduled for Thursday, October 6, 2022. Filled With Good: Chapter 1 is scheduled go out to registered participants on Thursday, October 7 (Feast of Our Lady of Victory).

What’s the webinar schedule for the next cycle of Filled With Good?

Introduction: Thursday, October 6, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 1: Thursday, October 13, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 2: Thursday, October 20, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 3: Thursday, October 27, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 4: Thursday, November 3, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 5: Thursday, November 10, 8pm Eastern
Chapter 6: Thursday, November 17, 8pm Eastern
Follow-up: Thursday, December 8, 8pm Eastern
(Just in time to bolster your spirituality to face holiday eating with God’s grace.)

What do I do if I want to join the next Filled With Good cycle but those times don’t work for me?

There will be an option to schedule one-on-one webinars to fit into your schedule. Make sure you’re signed up for Filled With Good updates so that info can be delivered right to your inbox when it’s ready.

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How much does Filled With Good cost?

Full details on pricing options will be made available early September 2022. Sign up here to get all Filled With Good updates delivered to your inbox, including discount codes and your FREE introductory lesson!

When you are considering signing up for Filled With Good, ask yourself how much money you spend in a year on compulsive food behaviors. Would it be a fair exchange?

What are your credentials?

I make it no secret: I am not a trained or licensed mental or medical health professional, nutritionist, personal trainer, theologian, certified coach, certified anything… you have every reason not to listen to me.

The only credentials I have to offer are:

  • 100lbs lost
  • Greater peace of mind & heart that I ever dreamed possible
  • Blossoming relationships
  • More honest and less chaotic relationships with my nuclear family, with much improvement on the horizon
  • Self-confidence
  • Freedom to QTIP (Quit Taking It Personally)
  • Greater mind space for creativity
  • Peace when I’m alone with my thoughts, because now when my thoughts try to torture me, I’m freed to let them be until they evaporate
  • I cry less
  • Better sleep
  • I’m physically stronger
  • I have much better energy than ever before
  • Less physical pain: chronic jaw, neck & upper back pain
  • I’m weathering tough storms without drowning
  • I’m free not to eat things just because they’re there
  • Greater financial health

Those are my credentials. It is my hope that they’ll become your credentials, too.

[The Fine Print: All information provided in this or any course I provide is of a general nature and is furnished for educational/entertainment purposes only. No information is meant to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any individual’s specific health or medical condition. By participating in Filled With Good, you agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold me, Erin McCole Cupp, harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.]

Can you answer any questions I have that weren’t answered here?

Glady! I invite you to set up a one-on-one phone call or Zoom with me, with no commitment or cost, by checking out my Calendly page.

And now my question for you is:

What do you have to lose?

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