It’s time to unlock a new way of being with food. Embrace a more sustainable approach to eating that empowers you to end emotional eating and rediscover peace with food.

This is your moment to make a difference in your own life. Move out of the never-ending cycle of dieting, losing weight, gaining weight, and feeling bad about yourself.

The dieting mindset is ever present in our society.

It is socially expected, even in families, to diet when we have gained weight, when we overeat, or we do not like how our bodies look.

The way out of this diet cycle is to get back in touch with your body (you knew how to eat when you were born).

We were trained by the enormous diet machine (hello $276 billion dollar diet industry) to continue to hate ourselves and how we look.

I help my clients recognize the power of diets in their lives.

We look at their history of dieting.

It is a powerful tool to explore the question- do diets really work?

One assignment I have for my clients is to write down:

  1. How many diets you have been on?
  2. How successful were you?
  3. How old were you when you started?
  4. Who encouraged you?
  5. Why did you start?

The answers to these questions can give you some powerful information about your experience in diet culture.

After you look at your history of dieting, the next important clue is to look at what part emotions play in your overeating.

Truthfully, much of overeating can be correlated with emotions.

Food has become a way of soothing yourself and feeling better.

The problem is food is not meant to be your ongoing tool to feel better or to self-sooth.

In general, when you overeat and emotionally eat, you start dieting. Dieting has been the only option we have been told about.

Moving from diet to diet to take care of our emotions. You might feel good at first when you are losing weight, but that does not last, AND it is not the way to manage feelings.

What you need is to learn what emotions are trying to tell you. How can you do that?

  1. Name the feelings.
  2. Embrace what the feelings are telling you.
  3. Utilize proven techniques to deal with your emotions.

My clients become able to recognize their feelings and name them. They see how powerful this is and it then helps them to then decide what to do (rather than overeating). The way to move through sadness can be very different than if we are angry. Learning and using your personal ways to move through feelings is critical and moves food out of the position of taking care of feelings.

One exercise you can do is to look at what feelings are leading you to overeat.

A second exercise is to make a list of what can help you when those feelings show up (and they always do).

Another critical area to look at along with diet mindset and emotional eating is what are your thoughts telling you.

Recognizing the thoughts that lead you to overeat is critical.

People allow their thoughts to go unchecked.

Learn what your thoughts are that get you off track and lead you to overeat.

Getting a handle and understanding my thoughts has been a gamechanger for me, in terms of overeating. I used to have a thought about eating and I would ruminate on food. In the end I thought I had no other choice than to overeat. The thought in my head said, “You know you are going to eat it, just do it and get it over with.”

I work with my clients to lessen their negative thoughts. Here are some questions to consider:

  • What thoughts lead you to overeat?
  • What do you do to lessen those thoughts?
  • What can you do to pivot off those thoughts?

I know about overeating, shame, weight issues, and feeling out of control with food.

When will you take an approach that has long term success? If you don’t start now, then when? How many times have you put yourself on the back burner?

Now is the time.

  • Imagine what it would be like to wake up and not wonder what you will eat for the day.
  • Eating food when you are hungry and stopping when you are satisfied.
  • Ending your day and not sitting on the couch and binge.

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If you have tried diet after diet and still feel out of control with food, this is the place for you.

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Kim McLaughlin, MA is a Psychotherapist, Speaker, Author, and Coach who specializes in working with people who suffer from binge eating and emotional eating. She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. She is the author of the best-selling book Feed Your Soul Nourish Your Life! A Six Step System to Peace with Food and the Amazon #1 Best Selling book Discovery Your Inspiration.

You can find Kim on her podcast Feed Your Soul with Kim and you can find it on all podcast platforms.

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