EP. #11:Are You Willing to Feel Some Discomfort?

Being Willing to Feel Some Discomfort | Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast

Do you eat to avoid feeling negative emotions 

Have you ever considered what would happen if, instead of soothing yourself with food, you decided to feel that emotion that makes you uncomfortable?  

What about those difficult situations in our lives that we can’t change?  

If we don’t eat, what do we do to feel better?

In this podcast, we explore two kinds of discomfort:

  1. The kind you get if you eat whenever you feel bad about something difficult in your life but you aren’t hungry. This causes the discomfort of gaining weight, your clothes getting tighter, your health possibly declining, and you feel bad about overeating or getting larger, or both. 
  2. The other kind is from feeling normal human emotions when we’re unhappy, stressed, frightened or any other difficult emotion without distracting ourselves with food.

Listen to learn how to stop eating in response to negative emotions so that you can lose excess weight and keep it off. 


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About the Author Shari Broder

I'm passionate about helping foodies learn how to drop their excess weight for good without dieting. I help you discover what is really causing your weight problem (it isn't that you love food!), and teach you how to enjoy the foods you love while permanently losing your desire to overeat. I'd love to teach my method to you! I’m also a gourmet cook and baker who struggled with my weight for 40 years before discovering the secret of how to stop emotional eating and overeating. I am a certified life coach, arbitrator and mediator, and I live on the coast of Maine.

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