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Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

At this time of year, many of my clients come in complaining of the shorter, darker days. Understandably so. It’s not just that the summer has ended and the longer, lazier days are behind us. With this particular season change, those who suffer from mild to moderate mood disorders (especially depressive and bipolar) can all […]

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Does Your Eating Have an Emotional Component to It?

Does Your Eating Have an Emotional Component to It?

We all eat for emotional reasons some of the time. Let’s face it: food is convenient, pleasurable and exciting. It can also be comforting and soothing. And eating is a way to distract ourselves from dealing with the things we don’t want to deal with, right? Generally, we’re not bothered by a little emotional eating […]

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Healing a Poor Body Image

Healing a Poor Body Image

I am saddened when I hear the stream of negative, critical, unloving comments that clients, seminar attendees, and participants in my 12 Week Program often verbalize about their bodies. “I can’t love and accept myself as is with these thunderous thighs.” “I won’t go out in public in a sleeveless shirt; I hate my fat, […]

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It’s Time to Spring into Action

It’s Time to Spring into Action

For many of us, our parents and grandparents got much more physical activity than we get today. They shoveled snow, raked leaves, chopped wood, scrubbed floors, hand-washed garments, hand-mowed lawns, washed and waxed cars and walked miles per day. And for our earliest of ancestors, physical activity was a natural way of life. Roaming and […]

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