Eating Your Emotions
Do you find yourself eating when you didn’t mean to? Eating things you didn’t intend to?
What if you learned to cover-up and bury emotions with food?
What we eat can have a powerful effect on our mood and energy. As children, the only “drug” we have access to is usually food.
Hi, I’m Cathy and I learned at 5-years-old that I could bury pain and hurt in Cocoa Puffs.
I thought I’d worked through so much of the emotions and trauma, yet I found a whole buried pocket of anger when I finally got the courage to look at why I wasn’t treating my body well, even after all the work I did. Here’s a quick introduction video we did for you…
If you have challenges around how you treat your body and what you eat, we invite you to join us for the free video workshop: Eating Your Emotions!
- How being reactive to feelings and emotions can make it impossible to treat your body well long term.
- How going from reactive and afraid mindset to an Adult responsive frame can give you power and choice you never thought you’d have.
- Tapping to release the compulsive need for food to comfort, stuff down, and bury when we feel powerful emotions.
- Guidance on how to be with the feelings you’ve been avoiding for a lifetime without imploding or feeling like you’ll break.
We’re not suggesting you have to be “perfect” and always eat like an “Adult.” We are inviting you to step into a more empowered and conscious approach that allows you to nourish your body and enjoy your meals rather than escaping from your body and into your meals.
Would you now help us by commenting below? For example, you could answer this: “Emotional eating is a reaction I have to…? (what kinds of specific situations, emotions, thoughts)” or ask a question to Cathy and Rick. Thanks!
Recorded Saturday, April 27, 2019