Your Result: Emotional Eating
It’s totally normal to eat for emotional reasons sometimes. but your score indicates that food might be your #1 way to cope with feelings.
Truth: No amount of pizza (not even with extra cheese) can get to the bottom of your relationship woes.
This may be no surprise, but what can you do? Enter your name + email to download the guide:
If You Eat Your Feelings, You’ll Just Burp Them up Later: Six Questions to Help You Cope with Emotional Eating
Reaching for cookies after a hard day?
If You Eat Your Feelings, You’ll Just Burp Them up Later will help you understand:
- Why not all overeating is caused by your emotions.
- How to tell if you are an emotional eater.
- Things to do instead of eating.
If You Eat Your Feelings, You’ll Just Burp Them Up Later will help you understand:
- What is really going on when you emotionally overeat
- Why it’s not about self control or being a bad person
- Alternatives to eating
Hiya, I’m Barb Spanjers
As a therapist and wellness coach, it’s my mission to help women feel peaceful and at ease around food and in their bodies. (I know – that sounds radical!) Emotional eating is one of the most common complaints I hear. That’s why I created this guide.
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