I heard a pastor say once that judgemental people are insecure. I don’t quite agree with this statement. I can see that being the case in some scenarios but when I judge my family members on their food choices it comes from a place of love and concern. I hold my family and close friends to a high standard of health and well-being. If you know what you need to do to be well but you’re not doing it, I will call you on it. That’s called love.
These conversations are difficult and energetically draining at times and thank God I don’t have to have them often.
April Frazier, co-host of The Jealous Vegan Podcast, joins me today to talk about:
- Why we need more vegan friendly restaurants that create delicious vegan options
- How being non-judgemental can facilitate progress to create a healthier population and planet
If you have a difficult time with your family members who don’t eat clean, this is the episode to listen to.
Watch the full episode and learn how to foster patience for loved ones on their health journey:
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// HOST Samantha Salmon
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