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Emotional Eating

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Emotional eating can happen when one is lonely or stressed out. There are times when life is tiring and you find that there is nobody to talk to or turn to. The goodness with Sparkpeople is that there will always be somebody to listen to you without criticising or judging you. Chances are there will be somebody who has already been through what you are going through. I am now learning to control my emotional eating but before Spark People, my consolation when stressed out or feeling low would be sweets, chocolates or salty snacks. emoticon Sparkpeople, I am really glad I joined you.
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    Your blog is 100% on target. This is definitely an area I must work on. Sometimes after a stressful day at work, I can feel the tension drain away with a bowl of popcorn and a good book....not a good thing at ten o'clock at night (LOL) emoticon
    709 days ago
    I am with ya! Learning to hold out for a tummy growl. emoticon
    922 days ago
    PREACH!! I totally agree with you and connect with this blog. The blessing is I can take EVERYTHING to Yahushua and lie it at his feet because He cares! (that is why He sent SparkPeople!!) Thank you so much for sharing this struggle because it is like chicken soup to the soul! It helps to start the healing process!

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    1289 days ago
    You are absolutely correct! Great blog .
    1593 days ago
    I completely agree with you. For me, once I got closer to God, I know that I'll ALWAYS have someone to talk to about my emotions and what I'm going through. HE's the best outlet! emoticon
    1867 days ago
    Greaqt post, and one I really needed to read. Thanks. I added you as a friend if you don't mind.

    :) Laura
    2325 days ago
    Have to say I agree with you! emoticon
    2325 days ago
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