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Counseling for Overeating

If you’ve spent years trying (and often failing) to resist your urges to overeat, you are not alone. We live in a society that exerts a great deal of food pressure on all of us. Most of us have been raised with the unrealistic expectation that our lives should work just fine if we eat anything we want and hardly ever exert ourselves. It can’t possibly work, of course, but it’s very hard to let go of a fantasy that we have wanted for so long to believe.

Your overeating is driven from forces beyond your conscious awareness, which is why you can’t simply will your way out of it even though you want to. Learning to see those forces helps you to take back control in your life so you can live in greater peace with food. It takes some very focused work to accomplish this. I can help.
 

Some articles you may find helpful:

Are You a Compulsive Eater?  Test Yourself and See...

Basic Strategies for Managing the Urge to Eat

Compulsive Eating and How I Treat It

Compulsive Eating: Serious Health Issues
 
Emotional Eating: The Battle Within   
 
Essential Truths about Your Body
 
Fat: Important New Findings
 
Grocery Shopping 101
 
Loving Each Other to Death with Food
 

Managing Holiday Food 

Overeating: The New American Pastime
 
Raising Kids to be Emotionally Balanced with Food
 
Ten Tips for Managing Food during Special Occasions
 

What Are Complex Carbohydrates and Why Should You Care? 

Why You Love Exercise, but Don't Know It 

Why You're Not Exercising, and How to Change
 
Your Weight May Not be the Problem  
 
 
Self-Help for Intense Anxiety
 
Financial Management Basics
 
Depression Series, Part One: Depression -- Myths and Facts
 

Depression Series, Part Two: Who Gets Depressed, and Why? 

Depression Series, Part Three: What to Do about Depression 

Depression Series, Part Four: When Someone You Love is Depressed  

Self-Esteem, Part One: What Self-Esteem Means and Why Yours Matters

Self-Esteem, Part Two: Challenges to Self-Esteem as You Grow Through Life

Self-Esteem, Part Three: Common Signs of Low Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem, Part Four: Building Stronger Self-Esteem

 

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