If so, then the Emotional Eating Solutions – 8 Week Self Study Program is the perfect place for you!
My name is Kim McLaughlin and I work with clients on finding the true solutions to your overeating challenges.
In this program we look at food, but we do not focus on it. There is a significant part of overeating that has nothing to do with food.
The Emotional Eating Solutions- Self Study Program is unique and comes from my years of working with people who overeat and emotionally eat. This plan has all the elements to provide you a quick start in establishing food as nourishment for your body while nurturing yourself in healthier ways.
This program is for you if you are motivated to end emotional eating, are tired of diets, and want a success plan. You want help understanding your overeating, but more than that you want peace with food.
In this program, I work with you virtually for 8 weeks by sending audios for you to listen to and learn all about the 6 components of Emotional Eating Solutions. This is a real affordable way to work with me.
In the Program You Will:
- Learn how to manage food in a whole new way. NO need for dieting anymore!
- Determine how your emotions affect your eating choices AND what to do about it.
- Get those pesky thoughts that lead you to overeat out of your head.
- Get clear on why you overeat and determine what you can do differently.
The investment in this program is ONLY $197 for the full 8 week self study program. This is quite a bargain! If you are considering this course at all, I encourage you to register with the link on this page, so you can start making changes NOW!
I know you want to make a change and are looking for a way to end this struggle with food. Don’t wait to give yourself the time to make a difference in your life.
Ready to go? Sign up now! ONLY $197
Here is what people are saying about Kim McLaughlin:
“I liked that you asked us how we felt, so it was related to something we could think about not just info.”
“Awesome! Great ideas. Thank you.”
“I learned some strategies to think about feelings, thoughts before mindless eating happens.”