Weight Loss Help for Emotional Eating is Here!
- Do you turn to food as comfort or reward or to escape your feelings?
- During stressful times, do you gain weight without eating extra food?
- In your experience, do fear and excess food go together?
Emotional Eating, if you answered yes to any of these questions, your empathy is interfering with your ability to lose weight and keep it off. Being sensitive to other people’s emotions can be a great asset, but carrying around their extra negative emotions like stress, anger, and sadness leads to carrying extra weight on your body.
Weight Loss Help, This 4-step, 8-week program will show you how to finally let go of what’s weighing you down, physically and emotionally. You will:
- see how your emotional sensitivity affects your weight and causes emotional eating
- learn how to recognize when your porous boundaries are wide open and taking in all the trash around you
- see the effects of using specific techniques for setting and maintaining healthy boundaries for yourself
- make peace with food, your body, and your weight
Colette Baron-Reid understands the real reason many of us struggle to lose weight and keep it off through her own personal experience and work with thousands of clients. It isn’t that we don’t know what to eat or we don’t have enough willpower. It’s that we are responding to feeling too much.
People who feel too much are those with a great deal of empathy, resulting in emotional eating. They are highly sensitive, feel more deeply, and experience other people’s emotions as their own. Colette will show you how to sort out those feelings—find out which are yours and which are from outside of yourself—and how to release the feelings so you can release the weight.
Finally, the weight loss help you’ve been looking for. You can have fun without using food to cope, and you don’t have to isolate yourself to turn down the volume on your emotions. Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much will show you how to:
- manage empathy overload and establish healthy boundaries
- practice radical self-acceptance and compassion
- get grounded and stay grounded, regardless of outer conditions
- eat to support well-being
- avoid the “noisy” or trigger foods that lead to disordered eating
- deal with challenging situations and avoid your detours, from procrastination and perfectionism to caretaking and codependency, that sabotage success
For Colette and the students who have taken her online class and attended her Weight Release coaching weekends, this simple, practical program has been the key to gaining control over distorted and disordered eating and unwanted weight gain.
Get ready to discover how to release the extra pounds and the emotional burdens you may have carried inside you your whole life and free yourself to have a new, healthy relationship with your body, your weight, and food.