I was five when my mom picked me up from the nursery and I proudly told her that I’d eaten a gross piece of meat we’d been served for lunch. I did it because there was a rule at the nursery: you had to clear your plate.
That’s the beginning of my article that has just been published by The Institute For The Psychology Of Eating. Read the rest of the story here.
Does it resonate with you? Are you able to remember any defining moments from your childhood that still run your life now? Please do share in the comments.