The reader learns to differentiate between healthy eating, which is for pleasure and the satisfaction of hunger and emotional overeating, which is a desperate attempt to distract oneself from painful thoughts and feelings.
Aside from providing easy steps for mindful eating, I provide simple tips on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy since when we handle stress effectively away from the table we’re freer to relax and be there in the moment as we eat. Tricky times like holidays, vacations (including cruises), coping with family at meals, parties, and more are covered, as well.
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