Stop eating your heart out: the 21-day program to free yourself from emotional eating
According to experts, 75 percent of overeating is emotional eating. For readers wondering why they are eating so much, comes a 21-day path to recovery.
Don't feed your feelings. We turn to food for comfort and rely on soul food to cope with everyday stress, anxiety, and everything in between. In Stop Eating Your Heart Out, professional clinical counselor Meryl Hershey Beck teaches us that contrary to popular belief, you don't have to eat your heart out.
Control your cravings. Different types of eating disorders are marked by cycles of compulsive eating. Rather than focus on weight loss, Beck teaches us to recognize emotional eating and out of control comfort eating. With humorous anecdotes, learned wisdom, and informational insights she teaches readers to control cravings and live in recovery.
Compulsive eating is conquerable. Consider Stop Eating Your Heart Out to be brain food. Disclosing her very personal struggle with food and overcoming binge eating Beck doesn't just use the Twelve-Step Recovery approach. She offers a multitude of effective self-help tools and assignments like:Inner Child work Creative visualizations and journaling Energy psychology techniques
If you want to learn how to stop overeating, and enjoyed books like Never Binge Again, Overcoming Binge Eating, or When Food Is Comfort, then you'll love Stop Eating Your Heart Out.
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|display_description||Many women use food to numb feelings and become binge eaters or overeaters. Food too often can become the primary means for coping with everyday stress, anxiety, and other difficult feelings. The book's focus, however, is on recovery.|
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Compulsive eating -- Popular works
|title_display||Stop eating your heart out : the 21-day program to free yourself from emotional eating|
|title_full||Stop eating your heart out : the 21-day program to free yourself from emotional eating / Meryl Hershey Beck|
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