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The 14 step plan for breaking free from emotional eating

Most smart women who struggle with emotional eating (stress eating, comfort eating, or eating to avoid or cope with other feelings) make a strategic mistake. They use up all their energy and discipline focusing on the wrong thing – food. Breaking free of emotional eating cycles happens when you look beyond the food and start... Read More The post The 14 step plan for breaking free from emotional eating appeared first on Too Much On Her Plate | Overeating Help for Emotional Eating.
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