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Weight Coaching | August 14, 2017  | by  Shari Broder | 3 COMMENT
How To Make Emotional Eating A Thing Of The Past | Weight Loss for Foodies

I’ve been on an emotional roller coaster lately. Lots of highs, lots of lows.

Lots of transitions. Lots of stress. Lots of work.

Lots of emotions!

But here’s the great news. Not once have I felt like eating to avoid feeling the difficult emotions. Not once!

Ten years ago, I would have eaten all kinds of things. Sweets, chocolate, crunchy stuff, leftovers. And I would have gained a bunch of weight.

Like when I gained 40 pounds in four years after starting to practice law because work was very demanding and difficult.

That’s how I used to roll. For pretty much my whole life until around 7 years ago.

Feel difficult emotions, stuff my face to distract myself from them. Gain weight.

Rinse and repeat.

But not anymore!

Now I don’t even have the urge to eat to dull my feelings! Imagine that!

It has not required willpower. There has been no effort on my part. You see, I haven’t even thought of eating when I wasn’t hungry during this crazy summer. It even took me a while to arrive at this realization.

Ten years ago, I had no idea that this was even possible. Not in my wildest dreams. Sure, I wanted to lose weight, just like I had since I was 13 years old.

How To Make Emotional Eating A Thing Of The Past | Weight Loss for Foodies

But what I didn’t realize was this—not only could I lose the excess weight without dieting, counting calories, carbs, points, or anything like that, but I could actually lose the desire to overeat!

If you had told me that I would stop wanting to eat to dull my painful feelings, I would have thought that was impossible. No way!

But I did it. And so can you. I’d love to teach you how!

Beginning in September, I’m offering for the first time the Weight Loss for Foodies 12-week group coaching program. There, I will teach a small number of people how to break their emotional eating habit, lose weight and keep it off for good without diets or giving up the foods they love.

I’ve been teaching this to my private clients, who are just as amazed as I was that it really is possible to lose both the weight and the desire to overeat that causes weight gain.  And now, I’m offering this to a small group at a fraction of the cost of one-to-one coaching.

Imagine that YOU no longer desire to overeat! You can change your habits and create new ones that make losing weight and keeping it off almost effortless.​

If you’re ready to finally make your struggles with your weight, food and eating a thing of the past forever, you won’t want to miss this!

Sign up HERE to be notified of the details, and to be first in line when registration opens. No commitment necessary now, just sign up, and I’ll send you more information very soon.

About the author 

Shari Broder

My mission is to help foodies ditch dieting and lose the weight for good. Discover what is really causing your weight issues (it isn't that you love food!), and learn how to stop obsessing about food and make peace with food and eating. Get off the diet hamster wheel once and for all and learn to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy the foods you love while permanently losing your desire to overeat.

  1. Offering a way to curb the craving for comfort (not food), is so key. I wish you the best of luck. I know those who learn to identify what they are really seeking when they think they’re hungry, and can develop a response will be two things: smaller, and empowered.

    Good luck, you sound perfect for the role.

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Meet Shari

I am now retired from weight coaching, but hope you will enjoy the  blog posts and podcasts I created.