About the Event
Learn why emotional eating isn’t “bad” and how feelings of guilt and shame around stress eating don’t help. Emotional eating is a coping tool, and we can discover other coping strategies to add to our self-care practice. We’ll understand how guided meditations and journal prompts can help us become more mindful of how the food makes us feel to determine what we really need in those moments.
Other topics included are:
– Understanding the different types of emotions that lead people to eat when they
aren’t physically hungry
– Cravings vs. emotional eating
– Setting boundaries
– Getting your needs met: sleep, life balance, nourishment, and stress
– Cultivating self-care and compassion
– The science behind what drives emotional eating
We’ll work through a journal prompt together, so be sure to bring blank paper and a pen.
Join Janine Scheffler to learn about emotional eating and how you can make peace with food and decrease stress through self-care practices.