Diet & Weight Loss
What is a hurt . . . and how do hurts relate to dieting and losing weight?
This article posits that it is our hurts that can cause us to overeat or to eat unhealthy foods.
Food as a pacifier
Have we been using food as a pacifier since we were babies? Is this contributing to weight issues such as obesity and diabetes and our ability to live well and be vital?
Chocolate – what drives us to eat it?
Society teaches us to always look outside of ourselves for love, recognition and so forth. Just like chocolate advertisements, we are told the grass is greener . . .
Eat to not feel
A personal experience of what it means to eat to not feel what is really going on, and how to stop emotional eating.
The de-cluttering diet
The de-cluttering diet is a new perspective on why we can’t lose weight.
Choose you, not food
Emotional eating is a drive to eat to feel better – often emotional eating makes us feel guilt and this drives us to eat more. We can eat to feel better, to feel full, to not feel our feelings. But with a true connection with ourselves we can feel a fullness that does not need feeding. Is it possible to choose you, not food?
The Sabotage Syndrome – why is it so easy to give in to harmful choices?
When we start to make healthy changes in our life often sabotage comes knocking.