12 Mindful Eating Strategies For Emotional Eaters

Have you ever craved celebratory food when you heard the good news? Does weather change make you crave for something fried along with a hot beverage? Do you tend to numb yourself with food when you are bored or just feeling very low? You might be an emotional eater and probably want to read along. Who is an emotional eater? An emotional eater is...

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Tap your Emotional Eating Away

What is Tapping? Emotional Freedom Tapping is a technique that allows us to change our dysfunctional beliefs by tapping on different energy meridian points on the body while acknowledging emotions and feelings present in the body followed by positive affirmations. EFT is based on the principle that any dysfunctional emotions that are caused in...

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7 Emotional Eating Triggers That Make You Eat

You have a meeting, a very common emotional eating trigger for people. You are partially prepared but a little nervous about how your new boss might take it. You make your fourth cup of coffee at 10 am and start drinking. You find someone in the office left chips in the breakroom for everyone to eat. Just a few chips are harmless. You also see...

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8 Best Tips To Stop Emotional Eating at Night

Night is a time when finally everyone is asleep. You get some quiet time to yourself. You turn on the TV to just mindlessly watch something so you can get away from the day's worries and lose yourself in someone else's story. Your mind feels a little bored and wants you to now scavenge hunt for yummy snacks while watching TV. It feels great in...

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The Best Emotional Eating Support Tools

Worries eat you regularly. And that makes you hungry. You reach for the salty chips, work your way to the pantry and find more things that you can eat. Somehow the hunger never feels like it was always gone. You keep eating more and more and before you know it, your stomach feels full suddenly. You feel cramped or bloated. You hate yourself for...

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The Beginners Guide To Curb Emotional Eating

Emotional eating is experienced by 27% adults in their lifetime. 30% decide to skip a meal. Either way emotional eating or not eating is a way of handling emotions as an adult. And learning how to stop emotional eating a big question. A lot of you went to school and learnt good manners, some exercises, mathematics, arts and sciences. But you...

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Should You Quit Your Job?

You have a mind-boggling question and you want the answer Are you tired of spending time at a soul-sucking job? Or is it just that you are looking for more challenges in life and not sure if your current work provides you with that? Or maybe you are looking for time freedom? Perhaps, a drastic lifestyle change that takes you to a life on an...

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3 questions I ask myself when I feel stuck

3 questions I ask myself when I feel stuck

Fear is the glue that keeps you stuck. I had a client once who wanted to take up a new job. But the fear of feeling judged for her accent was keeping her away from applying to new jobs. Her case was straightforward and she was very much aware of her fear. Fear is sometimes trickier than this. It hides behind anger, anxiety, disappointment. It...

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The Stress Of Being Not Good Enough

The Stress Of Being Not Good Enough

Do you ever feel short of time, energy, resources? Do you ever feel you wanted something more? Or wish you had something else than you did right now? It does not matter which topic we are talking about. Today it could be relationships, Tomorrow managing home, another day about your personal projects. It could be our beauty, our health,...

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What NOT to Say or Do when you encounter a tantrum…

What NOT to Say or Do when you encounter a tantrum…

Are you a parent? Do you remember being stressed in time of your kid's tantrum? Tantrums and tears are a common part of a parent and child relationship. Those are some of the most testing moments we have had as parents. Some so stressful, that we have even questioned why we chose this path in the first place? Other times, we have...

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