Tag Archives: emotional eating

Do You Exercise To Redeem Yourself?

There is an universal belief that working out is the golden solution to shedding weight, getting fit and feeling great. As a former college athlete, I received a scholarship to workout.  Two to three hour volleyball practices not only kept me lean and fit, but I was able to eat whatever I wanted....
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Overcoming Emotional Eating

If getting healthy was only about eating right and exercising, most of us would be healthy. Whether it is eating to destress from work, to escape our relationship problems, to comfort ourselves when we feel rejected or lonely or to celebrate surviving another day, the reality is that we use food for more reasons than...
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What’s Love Got To Do With My Weight?

Most of us desire to find that “special someone” to receive unconditional love, support and adoration from for the rest of our lives. There is a period of time, early on in the honeymoon phase of relationships, when we believe that this attractive and sexy human being we are falling in love with will never...
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A Tricky Weight Loss Paradox

“Confidence isn’t a skill we learn.  Confidence is a natural result of self-acceptance.” I read this quote about a week ago and it kind of blew my mind. It has been on my mind ever since! This idea of “acceptance”, whether it be of ourselves or a situation, can be a pretty challenging concept to wrap our heads...
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