Anyone else struggling with stress eating?

When I’m stressed or unhappy, I eat. Which makes me more stressed and unhappy. And this has been the most stressful two years of my life.

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I start every day vowing to eat “right” but by the end of the day I just don’t care. I eat stuff I know is moving me further from my goals. But denying or “controlling’ myself just feels like more stress.

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And no end in sight...

It’s been a rough couple of years. And if you’re waiting for things to get back to "normal," so that you can focus on your own health, you may be waiting a long time.  

But no matter what is going on in the world...and no matter how long you've struggled with emotional eating, there is a path out of this destructive cycle.

You can stop stress eating...even when the stress won’t stop. 

Instead of feeling overwhelmed by all the things that are beyond your control, you can create a small window of calm. And in that space, you’ll find strength (and solutions!) that may not feel available to you now.

Instead of eating your feelings, you can learn to take care of them.

And even if you don’t love every part of your life, you can feel so much better about the way you’re living it.

Hi,

I'm Monica

I’m a licensed nutritionist, behavior change coach and co-founder of the Weighless Program. I’ve helped hundreds of people create a healthier, happier relationship with food and their bodies—and finally break the cycle of stress and emotional eating. 

This October, I'll be offering a special program on Overcoming Stress Eating. Frankly, the need has never been greater. If you've been struggling, I hope you'll join us.

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When we’re stressed (and who isn’t, right now?), taking care of ourselves often feels like a luxury that we just can’t afford.

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