emotional eating

It’s the new year, and there’s one thing all my clients tell me that they want. They want to finally have peace around food and eating. My new class is all about creating a new way of thinking that will make you feel peaceful before you lose any weight. The good news is once you feel more peaceful and take all the drama out of food, losing weight is so much easier.

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Are you ready to feel at peace. If you think menopause is making it harder than ever to feel peaceful, then click here to find out more about my new class on How menopausal women lose weight.

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In this episode I share a mini session with you. Most women are more compelled to fix their weight than deal with their lives and their emotions. Weight gain can be an invitation to find out what you’re thinking and feeling that isn’t working for you.

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Weight is just a symptom. Fixing your weight is never the solution unless you can figure out what caused it to begin with.

The woman in the mini-session was used to binging when she felt strong emotions, and then just under-eating after. She learned to control her weight this way. It was a total disconnection to her body for 20 years. She could binge, not feel, and control her weight.

This only became a problem when she could no longer control her weight. Her weight gain is not the problem, but her inability to feel negative emotion is the problem. Listen in as I talk to you about the questions I asked her, and how I helped her see that her weight gain is a blessing.

Enjoy the show!

Follow me on Facebook and see me live every Tuesday at 12 noon Eastern, 11 a.m. Central, 10 a.m. Mountain, 9 a.m. Pacific on Tuned in Tuesdays with Dr. Deb.

To get your free copy of the Thinner Peace in Menopause and Beyond Podcast Companion please go to http://drdebbutler.com/change. This will make it even easier to follow along with me on future podcasts.

If you like what I’m talking but think you need more guidance, I am offering a free consultation to my listeners to answer any questions you might have about anything I’ve talked about. Just go to http://drdebbutler.com/mini-session.

Please leave me an honest rating and review on iTunes at http://drdebbutler.com/itunes. It will help me reach more women who struggle with these issues. Here’s how to rate and review on iTunes: http://drdebbutler.com/rate. Thank you!

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Ep 80 Change Your Body by Being KIND!

In this episode I go over the physiological effect of being kind to yourself, and self-compassion versus self-criticism, since we’re all looking to feel better, more peaceful and calm. All we really have to do is learn how to soothe ourselves and we will create powerful hormones such as oxytocin, that will help us. It […]

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Ep 77 The #1 Reason Why Eating Food Just for Fun is NO Fun!

In this episode I read to you a letter from a listener, about her aha moment around food and fun! This is what she wrote: I just wanted to share something with you. I have been listening to your podcasts from the beginning and episode 13, I think that was the one, was life changing. […]

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Ep 66 Eat Less and Feel More

In this episode we go over what my grandchildren and children in general have to teach us about how to eat less and feel more. I noticed with my grandkids who can’t talk yet, that they cry for most of their needs for physical and emotional. It’s up to the adults in their lives to […]

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Ep 56 Looking for Joy in all the Wrong Places

In this episode, I explore a coaching session with one of my students. She’s been really working hard on changing her thoughts and eating healthy. She wanted to be coached on why she chose to eat rolls at dinner when she clearly wasn’t planning on it. I asked her to tell me where her physical […]

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Ep 51 How to Start When You Don’t Feel Like It

In this episode, I discuss a client and how she thinks and feels about visiting her mother-in-law. It’s not positive and when she visits, she gains weight. Listen in as she changes this result by changing her thoughts and her feelings ahead of time. I also invite you to read my blog: The Gift of […]

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Episode 47 What To Do When You THINK You Have Lost or Failed

In today’s episode, I read a podcast listeners letter. It addresses the problem of her difficulty with being able to be kind to herself when she found herself eating emotionally. This is a heartfelt letter, and I wanted to share it because I know many of you have the same issue. Learning self-compassion is utmost […]

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Ep 30 Menopause is Finally the Time to Separate the Joy of Eating from the Joy of Celebrating

In this episode, I talk about how you can connect to the pure joy of eating a food or foods and connect to the pure joy of the moment. They don’t have to be treated separately. I provide examples from two clients and how they used the celebration of the moment to DISCONNECT from their […]

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Ep 28 Using Mindfulness to Stay on the Rails After a Binge

In this episode we discuss what the mindful next step is when you go off the rails. I have a lot of clients who tell me they went off the rails when they overate non-fuel foods at a meal. Most of them seem to make it mean they were “bad” and as long as they […]

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