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Well here I am again at the biggest point of my life weight wise, let's see what this year brings with this never ending battle......

Member Since: 11/16/2010

Fitness Minutes: 6,545

My Goals:
Loose weight
Feel better about myself
Enjoy my life more
Enjoy buying clothes
Love the beach

My Program:
Walking for 1 hour at least 5 times a week
Drinking more water
Eating less
Smiling more
Try pilates
Portion control
Less sodium
No coffee
3 cups of tea daily (max)

Personal Information:
I live with my husband who is my best friend & Tess my dog but I miss our children & grandchildren who are living in England & New Zealand respectively. Could they have lived further apart from each other.....

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These are the major feelings behind the "hunger", and if we can identify what we really feel, perhaps we can stop the next craving!

BY Dr. Doreen Virtue - "Emotional Eating"

Listed below are the 16 feelings that Emotional Eaters most often confuse with physical hunger.

Be as honest as you can with yourself when reading this list, because self-awareness is a key ingredient to recovering from emotional eating and the Yo-Yo Diet Syndrome. These listings merely describe the fattening feelings and explain why they lead to overeating.

1. Anger.
Anger is cited in more cases of emotional eating than any other emotion. Anger, especially when it's repressed, feels very uncomfortable, and this discomfort is often confused with hunger. But what feels like hunger is actually a desire to use food to cover up or mask the painful emotion -- anger. Women, in particular, have difficulty admitting that they are angry, due to societal pressures ranging from pa

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