Am I Hungry? Blog
Coping with environmental and emotional triggers on top of holiday eating and stress can feel overwhelming. Here's a recipe for mindful eating.
In this video, Dr. Michelle May addresses the question, “What if you binge because you live alone and lack a feeling of love and belonging?” As difficult as it may be to fathom, the first step to breaking this cycle is self-compassion.
We’ve been taught to replace a “bad” thought with a “good” thought, or to get rid of “negative” thinking by switching to “positive” thinking. To do this, we have to judge our thoughts as good or bad,
People learning to eat mindfully are curious about mindful eating for children, since kids naturally exhibit so many of the skills they are learning.
Often, we resist emotional discomfort. When we notice loneliness, anger, fear, stress, or other unavoidable suffering from being human, we watch TV, eat, or have a glass of wine.
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