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Emotional Eating

Is it hard for you to stop eating when you are full? Do you crave sweets when you are sad? How bout snack more when you are stressed?

Many of us, (especially females!), have an attachment to food that is sewn into our lives with emotional strings. It stems from nostalgia of happy times, from a history of using food as a coping mechanism, to current dissatisfaction with your career, your relationships, and body image.

Emotional eating can lead to a number of mental and physical health problems including being overweight, eating disorders, Type 2 Diabetes, cardiovascular problems, and so on.

Emotional eating can also be your gateway back to increasing your confidence and gaining control of your life. 

If you are just beginning to investigate your relationship with emotional eating, head over to our main consultation program and see what we can do to help.

If you have been working through this for a long time and simply need someone to hold you accountable, check out our accountability consultations.