New 8 Part Guide To Help You Stop Emotional Eating

Feb 09 2012 Published by under How To Stop Emotional Eating

We have just published the first 4 of 8 lessons to help you stop emotional eating. It is a fairly long guide so you may want to bookmark it so that you can find it again. The lessons are based on a very reliable formula to help you first understand what emotional eating is, and really give you insight into what your behaviors and emotions are.

When you understand what emotions you are feeling, why you do and what your usual decision making process it, you are then in a place to begin working on developing new habits and patterns. It is very empowering.  One thing that we would ask is to leave a comment at the bottom of the guide with your feedback and comments.

Thank you! Here is the link.

3 responses so far

  • Kravi says:

    Ther are many types of emotional eitang. The assumption here is that they all lead to obesity or a poor body self image or an unhealthy outcome. Nope. I love eitang. I love the sauces, I love he spices, I love the textures and I love the wonderfully different cuisines. It is an emotional event. It makes me feel better to participate in this cornucopia of food. I am not unfit, I am not fat and if I feel a little down, absolutely I look for some comfort food. It is still calories in and calories out. Do whatever it takes to keep that balance. No guilt, no stress and lotsa good grub.

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