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How to End Emotional Eating

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Emotional Eating: what is it and how can you gain control? Almost all of us will deal with this struggle at some point in our life. In today’s episode, Michael and Adee are sharing their experiences with emotional eating, discussing ways this might present itself in your own life, and offering seven powerful strategies to overcome this common roadblock.

Tune in to hear:

  • 1:30 Michael’s own recent experience with emotional eating
  • 2:45 Why talking about this struggle is important
  • 4:00 Ways emotional eating might present itself in your life
  • 6:30 The cycle of emotional eating
  • 8:15 Seven strategies to gain control over emotional eating

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