As human beings, our lives are constantly shifting. Our circumstances, relationships, perspectives and attitudes demand change in order for us to develop and expand. At times, these changes come of their own accord and may be overwhelming. At other times, we find ourselves stuck, lacking the skills or the confidence to make the change happen.
We don’t always eat simply to satisfy hunger. We also turn to food for comfort, stress relief, or as a reward. Unfortunately, emotional eating doesn’t fix emotional problems. It usually makes you feel worse. Afterward, not only does the original emotional issue remain, but you also feel guilty for overeating. Learning to recognize your emotional