5 Keys to Overcoming Emotional Eating (even through the holiday season!)
Posted Nov 23 2012 10:02pm
The holidays are upon us! For most, it’s a joyous time filled with family, friends, and love! But, for others, it can be a very stressful time that leads directly to emotional eating. Maybe you have some uncomfortable family relationships that create turmoil (and they’re all coming over for dinner!). Perhaps the busy-ness of the season overwhelms you. Or, maybe you’ve lost a loved one which makes this a very difficult time of year. All of these situations, and more, can lead to drowning your emotions in food. But, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Here are 5 keys to controlling emotional eating. Put these things into practice during this holiday season, and beyond.
So, the next time you feel like stuffing your emotions with food, use one of these keys to begin to overcome that detrimental behavior. The holidays can be hard, but you can make it through, AND be happier and healthier when the New Year begins!
Casey Sollock is a holistic wellness coach, women's speaker, and author. She loves inspiring mompreneurs to optimize their health, shine their light, and change the world! True health and happiness emerge when body, mind, and spirit are well-nourished and living in harmony. She also works with brides-to-be to accomplish their ideal image for their walk down the aisle! Casey invites you to enjoy a complimentary copy of the comprehensive holistic wellness book, Integrative Nutrition, at her website, She Shines Wellness