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Weight Loss as a Practice: Moody Meals-Why all of Us Emotionally Eat & The Reasons We Can’t & Wouldn’t Want to Stop it!
Dr. Kori Propst
in Mental Edge, Weight Loss
February 10, 2016
4 minutes read
We are all emotional eaters, and it’s not food with which we have a problem. The problem is how we relate to the experience prompting the eating.
Weight Loss as a Practice: The Power of One- The Key to Enduring Change
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge, Weight Loss, Inspiration
February 13, 2016 · 3 minutes read
Every action—good or bad—has the potential to become a habit. What are the habits in your life that you could enhance or improve through the power of one marginal change?