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De-Stress in 3 Minutes or Less

Stop Emotional Eating Before It Starts

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  • Wow, everything I needed to hear in just one article! Great job synthesizing all the info and advice, and boiling it all down into lists. I can get my mind around lists! Thank you for your perspective, and for taking the time to put this together. - 10/25/2013 8:18:52 AM
  • With all the stress and anxiety I've been under lately this will come in handy. Let's just see if I can physically do it lol - 9/24/2013 10:19:29 PM
  • This article helped me pin point exactly why all the sudden I had this undeniable urge to go get Panda express and just binge eat. Honestly I didn't even realize I was upset. This helped me so much. So thank you! - 9/17/2013 1:54:16 PM
  • If an article can make you realize your doing your bosses work then here it is.
    I stress out at the job so often its affecting who i am. I'll have to read this a few times till it sinks in. - 9/16/2013 11:45:05 AM
  • saving this
    - 9/14/2013 6:44:47 PM
  • Thank you. I had a situation that came up that I know would have caused emotional eating. I used some of the tips to help me not eat to make myself feel better. - 9/14/2013 1:06:09 PM
  • I saved it si I can go back to it. Great stuff. - 8/12/2013 7:35:58 AM
  • This is very helpful. - 8/6/2013 1:22:43 PM
  • STR458
    my week one check list for Stress Busting Challenge - 8/4/2013 5:56:52 PM
  • Thank you for the sharing the great ideas. Meditation, yoga and setting the environment helps me. I listen to various Meditation and relaxing YouTube videos. The calming sounds keeps me on track and reminds me to slow down and enjoy the moments.

    Have a wonderful week and look forward to your feedback, comments, suggestions on how to enjoy the moments! - 8/4/2013 7:09:39 AM
  • Emotional eating is the one thing I don't really plan for. I plan my meals, my grocery list, my snacks but then am caught flat footed because I bump up against the urge to eat to deal with an unpleasant emotion. Last night I heard myself say," I am not hungry. " But I was upset, I wanted the feelings to change. So I ate. I need to practice other behaviors when wanting to eat when I am not hungry. - 7/30/2013 7:00:32 AM
  • Makes so much sense. I'm going to put these onto palm cards as reminders - 7/20/2013 10:01:45 AM
  • Great article, with lots of practical ideas. I find the most efficient way to handle a situation that is stressing me out is to think about what I can DO. If there's nothing I can do, then it's just worrying and that's pointless. Of course I'm not terrific about this, but I see so many people who make no effort to take action--instead they will talk and talk about problems as if they actually enjoy complaining and worrying about life situations. I try to go straight to What can I do? If nothing, or nothing at least for right now, I try to let it go. It helps me to keep in mind that my grandmother always said worrying is sacrilegious. I try to have faith that I just have to do my personal best, and God will take care of the rest. - 6/27/2013 7:48:13 AM
  • BEJOYFULL
    This is an excellent article that has me buzzing with possibilities!

    I am learning many lessons here on my journey to eating healthy. I suddenly realize how important it is for me to "cultivate", to "fashion" my life in such a way that I feel good about myself.

    A new attitude for me is to look at the ongoing problem I encounter and to think about doing a 'reality check' that will point me in the right direction.

    This article enables me to have tools and discover insights that enhance a positive lifestyle change.

    So, what is the one thing I'll remember for a successful weight loss for myself? It is as the article says, that I will be able to manage difficult situations and feelings effective.

    - 6/11/2013 12:27:59 PM
  • really loved this article. very helpful and insightful. thank you - 6/4/2013 4:19:55 PM

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