Trauma and emotional eating. Sometimes there are bigger issues, and more important things to do, than try to control what you eat. Here’s how.
Instead of self-sabotaging, here are 20 kick-ass things you can do to short-circuit that little voice and get you more of what you need – fun, pleasure, and relaxation.
If you struggle to ‘control’ what you eat, you will love this 14-day self-trust challenge designed to have you trusting yourself with food in no time.
The ‘just think positive’ mantra doesn’t work for negative self-talk and emotional eating, it makes it worse. [Free Master you self-talk workshop].
6 experts, including Susan Pierce-Thompson and Mary O’Malley, reveal their secrets for how you can end your cravings for good.
To get more energy, you have to change your lifestyle. But who has the energy to do that? Here’s 1 simple step to immediately get more energy.
Not only can long-term stress cause you mental and emotional pain, but it impacts your body too. Your weight might suffer, your digestion can get iffy, and any niggles you might have had become ten times worse. It’s no fun and it can do real, long term, damage to your health – not to mention your relationships and mental wellbeing. Learn how to breathe and reduce stress.