Produced by Journeys Inward Voice Artist: Asheida
Don’t eat because you’re sad; eat because you’re hungry.
We often try to fill emotional needs with physical pleasures. One example of this, of course, is eating due to depression. When you are depressed, sad or just not feeling right, you may eat in an attempt to make those negative feelings go away. It may work for a short time, but the negative feelings will surface again very quickly, along with the frustration of weight gain or the inability to lose weight. This can cause you to feel even more depressed, opening you up to a downward spiral of sadness and overeating. As you continue to misuse food, you gain more weight or become less able to lose weight, causing you to feel more depressed and more likely to continue the compulsive behavior of emotional eating.
To break the habit of eating due to depression, you need to learn the difference between emotional emptiness (depression) and physical emptiness (hunger). Sometimes medications and counseling can help, but often there is still unresolved emptiness that drives you back to your habit of eating in an attempt to get rid of the emotional pain. It becomes a habit that you repeat time and again, even though it is not working. Only when you can learn to identify what is really causing your emotional pain and emptiness will you be able to address your pain at its root instead of stuffing down food in temporary attempt to feel better.
If you believe you are an emotional eater and have tried many ways to stop, this Self hypnosis MP3 may help. It will:
- Help you get in touch with the real reasons for your habitual eating.
- Help you identify what you really need emotionally.
- Change your association with food as an anecdote to emotional pain.
- Distract you from your food cravings when you are feeling sad or depressed.
Download this Hypnosis MP3 and heal your emotional pain without overeating!
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