How to Stop Thinking About Food (MP3)
One of the most painful parts of emotional overeating is the
constant “food chatter” inside our heads. For many people,
thinking about and planning their next meal overtakes so many
more precious and genuinely pleasurable things in their lives,
they’d be happy to skip over any weight concerns if they
could just turn off the food thoughts.
Well, it turns out, paradoxically, that the reason food thoughts
get the better of us is because we’re so frightened of them,
and we criticize ourselves so harshly for having them.
Learn how to safely bring them into the light, it turns out,
and they lose their power, much like the ghosts and goblins
of lore.
In this short but powerful MP3, Glenn and I discuss why it’s
so hard to recognize the cause, and how you can start to
take control of those annoying “feed me” voices in your head.
I really hope you’ll listen.  It’s less than 15 minutes and
it really could change your life.

One of the most painful parts of emotional overeating is the constant “food chatter” inside our heads. For many people, thinking about and planning their next meal overtakes so many more precious and genuinely pleasurable things in their lives, they’d be happy to skip over any weight concerns if they could just turn off the food thoughts.

Well, it turns out, paradoxically, that the reason food thoughts get the better of us is because we’re so frightened of them, and we criticize ourselves so harshly for having them.

Learn how to safely bring them into the light, and they lose their power, much like the ghosts and goblins of lore.

In this short but powerful MP3, Glenn and I discuss why it’s so hard to recognize the cause, and how you can start to take control of those annoying “feed me” voices in your head.

I really hope you’ll listen.  It’s less than 15 minutes and it really could change your life.

And I hope you’ll also consider beginning to end your battle with food with the Emotional Eating Power Pack

All my best,

Sharon :-)

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