24 minutes | Sep 28, 2021

Freedom from Overeating Step One

One of the heaviest parts of examining our struggles with food or with overeating can be the emotional baggage and the way we’ve been taught to approach thinking about and making changes. If you’ve been at this for a while, your plans to make changes may feel exhausting before you even embark on them. Deprivation thinking messes with your mind and can lead you to create plans and goals and a way of treating yourself that are demotivating, overly reliant on being “disciplined” (which is exhausting), and quite likely to fail.You may already know this. What you may not know is how to do things differently. How do you start making progress with your goals without falling right back into the same old patterns and ways of thinking that have never worked?Listen to today’s episode to begin to rewire your brain to create a different approach. We’ll examine what this actually looks like in your life.If you are finding value in this podcast, please take 30 seconds to subscribe and leave a review. It makes all the difference in my ability to share this information!What you’ll learn from this episode:The first step to taking your power back from overeating and emotional eating (we’ll walk through this step by step)How get more clarity about what your path to peace with food and freedom from overeating  looks likeA process to build real, lasting motivation for making the changes that you want to make with food and your eating habitsFeatured on the show:Episode 002: Divorce Deprivation goes deep into the difference between deprivation and transformation thinking - and why it’s so important to address.Take the free Hidden Hungers Quiz and find out what’s driving your overeating.Learn more about creating a transformation mindset and get an introduction to the Your Missing Peace program in my free on-demand Master Class. Visit https://toomuchonherplate.com for more tips and resources to create peace with food and overcome overeating and emotional eating.
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