Your feelings are the key to losing weight for good

How to stop emotional eating

Are you struggling to shed those extra kilos, no matter what you try?

Feel like you've hit a brick wall?

Let me tell you what might be holding you back...

From a young age, we're bombarded with messages telling us to suppress our emotions.

"Don't cry in public."

"Don't be angry."

"Jealousy is not right."

"Feeling down will swallow you whole."

Sound familiar?

Unfortunately, these messages instilled in us a fear of our own feelings.

So, of course, we did what we could to avoid them. We turned to food.

An easy way of comforting ourselves.

And how emotional eating began.

You're not 'lacking willpower or discipline' and you're definitely not 'greedy'; it's how you survived as a kid—an 'adaptive strategy' you created to cope with emotional pain. 

It's so important to acknowledge this because you're not broken; in fact, everything's working as it should.

You've just grown up, and it's no longer necessary.

But you created it, so you also have the power to break it.

It's a two-step process:

1. You have to slow down and examine what's really happening when you reach for food. (You need to show your brain that its fear-based reactions are misguided.).

2. Be willing to sit with the discomfort you've been avoiding.


It's not easy at first, but with practice and support, you'll find it's not as scary as you thought. 

If you're ready to break free from the cycle of emotional eating for good, let me help. I work with you 1:1; this isn't a group program. Your emotional blocks are not universal; they are completely unique to you. You have to find the connections.

Book your free session and I'll show you how to lose weight and keep it off for good—and you'll never have to diet again.