Overwhelm and Emotional Eating: Blocks or Guides to Reinvention?
Julie M. Simon, MA, MBA, LMFT is a psychotherapist and life coach, and the bestselling author of The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual and the new book When Food is Comfort. Julie is an inspirational speaker and for the past 3 decades, she has been helping overeaters and imbalanced eaters heal their relationships with themselves, their bodies and food, stop dieting, lose excess weight and keep it off. Julie is the founder and director of The Twelve-Week Emotional Eating Recovery Program, an alternative to dieting that addresses the true causes of overeating and weight gain: emotional and spiritual hunger and body imbalance. Julie has been a featured expert on numerous TV and radio shows and podcasts, and she loves to wake people up about their phenomenal mind, body and spirit signals and help them learn to nurture themselves mindfully without turning to food. Please visit her at www.overeatingrecovery.com.
Key Points About Our Chat
We all know what overwhelm is, but can you define emotional eating?
You suggest that overwhelm and emotional eating may actually help us in terms of reinventing ourselves. Can you explain?
Can you share a couple of the Self-Care Skills you are talking about?
The Emotional Eater's Repair Manual: A Practical Mind-Body-Spirit Guide for Putting an End to Overeating and Dieting
In this book, you will learn to:
Master Self-Care Skills and address Overeating driven by Emotional Hunger
Tune Up Biochemistry and address Overeating driven by Body/Brain Imbalance
Fill Up Spiritual Reserves and address Overeating driven by Spiritual Hunger