Posts Tagged ‘emotional eating’

Slip-ups Are a Part of Life

Behavior change is a cycle, and lapses – or slip-ups – and relapses are part of this cycle. Learning to handle the slip-ups, and even prevent them, in a way that honors your progress and YOU can be the key to successful behavior change. I was speaking with a friend recently who was lamenting that […]

Letting the Silence

I was going to post another recipe today but I’m going to talk instead about a recent struggle I’ve been going through and the power of silencing the “chatter.” There’s been a lot of chatter in my brain recently, especially last week – debilitating chatter. With the exception of nearly halting my forward progress, it’s […]

Old Triggers, New Disguises

I haven’t blogged in a while. Truth is, I’ve been struggling and afraid to say it out loud to people around me (that’s the thing with food issues – they can be so well-concealed). I also didn’t feel very genuine in writing about other topics. But now I feel that I must put this “out […]

Confronting Triggers, Again

Having a debilitating injury for over two months, and being sidelined from nearly two hours of daily exercise, has definitely presented me with many challenges. I feel like one of those old cartoons characters running full speed only to slam face first into the invisible wall and slowly drop to the ground, birds tweeting around […]

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