Emotional eating can feel impossible to stop, almost as if you were powerless as you executed your own self-sabotage. You feel that tug on the inside of your heart. It’s a swirly feeling, a tiny tornado of stress, fear, disappointment, anxiety, insecurity, self-doubt and resignation. Sometimes it comes out of nowhere and sometimes you know
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I often talk about listening to your body in my book The Skinny, Sexy Mind as well as in the coaching videos of my iPhone/iPad apps, but I don’t often give personal examples of what this means. Today though I am basking in the satisifaction that comes when I do something positive for my relationship with food.
Anxiety is a sneaky little bug. Like squishing one ant and thinking you have conquered the anthill, so is drinking, eating or exercising away your anxiety. We can numb anything for a short period of time, but numbing it, or squishing one ant, won’t get rid of the problem. We must take a step
I heard every possible excuse in the gym yesterday, and it churned my stomach. Normally, I am overly empathetic and understanding when it comes to people’s concerns and situations, but yesterday was an overload; a much needed one. We coddle ourselves with excuses and justifications for just about everything we do, but when it comes