Today I want to give you a simple tool that you can use in the heat of the moment to increase your willpower. Willpower just means doing what you want to do. How to increase willpower in the heat of the moment Think about the last time you knew you should do something and perhaps …
I help emotional eaters transform their relationship with food and lose weight.
- Identify the emotions that trigger you to turn to food
- Increase your emotional intelligence so food is no longer your coping mechanism
- Done through online courses and group or individual coaching
This blog and my YouTube channel are full of helpful and healthful strategies to help you overcome the issues related to emotional eating such as:
- unrealized childhood trauma
- self-sabotaging practices
- triggers such as holidays or stressful events
Until we fix our relationship we food we cannot maintain a healthy weight and break the cycle of emotional eating.
As I said, I offer strategies for overcoming emotional eating with these articles on my blog and the content on my YouTube channel, as well as online courses to help you reach your goals.
When you work with me you can expect to:
- Stop obsessing over food and see it for what it was meant to be – fuel for the body.
- Start making consistent choices that you are proud of.
- Stop getting your self-esteem from a number on a scale.
- Stop self-sabotaging your efforts to exercise and eat healthy.
- Achieve a healthy lifestyle that you can maintain for a lifetime.
Last week I did a blog on my website and video on my YouTube channel that reviewed examples of how some people self-sabotage their own weight loss efforts. In that blog/video I also discussed reasons why they may turn to self-sabotage. Self-sabotage is when you take passive or active steps that directly keep you from …
So you’re undertaking another diet. “This time will be different” you tell yourself. You’ll lose those pounds this time with a different approach, a new diet, a new pill to make you a more efficient fat burner. But a few days or a few weeks in you find yourself self-sabotaging. Eventually you give up and …
So you’re bored and there’s nothing to do. Thoughts of baking cookies, diving into a bag of popcorn or making a run to a fast food restaurant fill your head. Eating when bored is a popular activity because IT WORKS! It gives you something to do…but only while you are chewing. To help you break …
Hmmm…you want to lose weight but you HATE having to count calories and log your food. While you do have to burn more calories in a day than you consume there are other ways to achieve that besides food logs and calorie counting. Safe weight loss apps and calorie counters are set up to facilitate …
Did you know that between Halloween and New Year’s Day the average American gains a whopping 6 pound?? During the holidays we are bombarded with food. No wonder we indulge here, take a bite there, order an extra to take home and all of a sudden our pants are tight. Do you identify with any …
Stress Eating can be frustrating and sometimes it can feel like you have no self-control. There are different types of stress and today I want to discuss acute stress. Acute stress comes on quickly and usually doesn’t last a long time. Things like: “I’m going bananas because the baby won’t stop crying.” “Where’s my son? …
Are you triggered to eat due to any emotion? Most emotional eating is a way for us to distract ourselves from our feelings. The clients I see a lot of times are triggered to eat out of boredom (that’s a popular one), stress and anxiety, sadness or loneliness and anger. But how do you stop this behavior?
I can’t think of one single person that has not been impacted by this virus. This is something none of us have ever experienced. Our future is uncertain and that fills many of us with daily anxiety. If you find that you are eating to help you cope, you are not alone. Eating is a great distractor. Here are 5 steps to help you survive and still fit into your jeans!