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De-Stress in 3 Minutes or Less

Stop Emotional Eating Before It Starts


  • Excellent article! A lot of the best tips fall under "Minute One", which is a good way to deal with a lot of life, not just with emotional eating, but with any time where you feel yourself getting swept away with emotions. It's a very "Buddhist" perspective. - 8/31/2008 8:03:07 AM
  • I finally realized that emotional eating is really my biggest problem. I usually do GREAT until I get home. This is a FANTASTIC article; I wrote down the highlights to put on my frig to remind me to do some of these things when I want to gorge. Thank you!
    LoveAandJ - 8/23/2008 12:43:38 PM
  • This article is GREAT, It is just what I needed because I have been struggling with stress too much for too long.

    Chelle - 8/10/2008 1:24:46 PM
  • YES! a plan this is great. I am dealing with some health issues with my mother which will in turn upset my 93 yr old gma so I can see how this will help me in a time of crisis - 5/3/2008 12:21:08 PM
  • I normally just add good articles to my "favorites" list. I printed this one to keep in front of me! - 4/13/2008 12:59:06 PM
  • This is one of the best articles on the subject I have read. Short, pointed and very wise. It has just saved my Easter weekend for me. I was already stessing about a meeting I have to attend next Tuesday. At that meeting I have to say something, I know will not be accepted easily. Now I feel quite calm. I am telling a necessary truth. If the people get bothered by that I shall simply wonder what is wrong with their attitude. I won't feel guilty. Thank you. - 3/22/2008 7:46:33 AM
    I'm the type of person that will rarely get off track on a diet, or what I like to call a lifestyle change. Thoug when I do I just get so mad at myself and think "ok, well now I can eat what I want, whenever I want". Reading this article has made me realize that it's ok to treat yourself, but theres's a line you shouldn't cross. I now know where that line is, and if I see it comming, I know exactly what to do and when to do it - 2/27/2008 8:03:54 PM
  • Good article, the tips are great, wished I had read this a month ago, but glad I have it now. - 2/27/2008 3:07:28 PM
  • Wow! This was awesome. I'm sending a copy to my mom because I know it will help her, too. I might also add that I couldn't help thinking about other problems I've dealt with recently regarding stress. These helpful hints don't just apply to eating habits. Thanks! - 2/27/2008 12:06:46 PM
  • This article came at exactly the right moment - I've been so stressed lately, and tempted to "fall off the wagon" (but I haven't :o) This are great tips to help me work through these tough times! - 2/27/2008 11:29:44 AM
    Excellent article that can help anyone! Very sensible, realistic views that I can practice. - 2/27/2008 10:34:28 AM
    BINGO! What a great article. I need to take time to re-read this article every morning before heading out to the jungle. Thank you! - 2/27/2008 10:11:41 AM
    This article gives real-life tips -- not a bunch of unrealistic fluff. This is good advice regular people can use everyday! - 2/27/2008 8:16:37 AM
  • I've started a new job recently in the Emergency Room. I've been having to learn things very quickly, lots of details and have felt lots of pressure. This article helped me to gain a bit of perspective regarding my emotions and thoughts about myself and my situation. The article also provided tools to regain my sanity :). Thanks! - 1/12/2008 10:02:35 AM
  • Great article. I loved learning YOGA from PBS with Priscilla Patrick, whose series was easy to follow and taught a lot about relaxing. Muscle tension makes exercise of any type very difficult. - 1/11/2008 7:51:19 PM

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