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Overeating and Procrastination–What’s the Connection?

– Posted in: depression disappointment emotional eating flexibility food addiction hope hopelessness motivation overeating, dieting, weight loss overwhelm perfectionism procrastination recovery reducing stress stalling stress and overeating stress eating Uncategorized weight loss

We all procrastinate to some extent. There are only so many hours in the day and some tasks are just plain more onerous than others. Sometimes we procrastinate because we feel overwhelmed by everything we need to get done and we're having trouble getting started.  Other times, we feel unmotivated or tired and can't get going. But no matter

Are you truly motivated to stop emotional eating?

– Posted in: embracing emotions emotional eating identifying emotions and needs motivation overeating, dieting, weight loss resolving emotional eating Uncategorized

Of course you want to end your emotional eating.  Yesterday, thank you.  And while you feel motivated to give it the boot, somehow, somewhere you lose hold of your motivation most days and find yourself grabbing those cookies or that bag of chips or going for seconds.  Perhaps you've convinced yourself that you're weak-willed, undisciplined or just plain lazy. Most of the

Are you overeating because your life lacks purpose or meaning?

– Posted in: dieting emotional eating flexibility losses and disappointments overeating, dieting, weight loss painful childhood memories stress and overeating stress eating Uncategorized weight loss wounds from childhood

Nothing feels better than waking up and looking forward to the day.  Life feels worth living.  We feel a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction because our life has purpose and feels meaningful.  And even better if we feel inspired and passionate about what we're doing.  We can feel purpose and meaning from many types of

A New Year, A New You

– Posted in: overeating, dieting, weight loss Uncategorized

A new year brings with it hope, motivation and resolutions to make significant changes in our lives.  If you're like many overeaters, the resolutions at the top of your list every year include cleaning up your diet, exercising more regularly and taking off the weight you gained during the holidays, and then some. If you're