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on Emotional Eating


 
Knowledge is power.
Understanding why you turn to food is the key to changing it. Join in the discussion each week as Dr. Gould shares his valuable insights from over 30-years of clinical experience.

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3 Ways to Trust Yourself Enough to Lose the Weight

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 2010 | POSTED BY MICHELLE

Have your past weight loss failures left you feeling like you'll never succeed? Have experiences with dieting contributed to your loss of faith or confidence in yourself? Do you feel defeated? Most dieters have feelings of failure that lead to lower self-esteem. Here are three ways to regain your trust in yourself.

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How to Warm Up Without Food

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010 | POSTED BY MICHELLE

It's been freezing in most parts of the country. And even in sunny California it's been non-stop rain and cold. These are the kinds of days that make us want to nest at home with a big pot of comforting food. If you don't want the weather to affect your weight, you'll have to discover ways to get warmth and comfort without food. Keep reading to find out how.

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People, People Who Need People

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2010 | POSTED BY MICHELLE

Barbara Streisand croons, "People, people who need people are the luckiest people in the world." Simply put, we need people. A brilliant PBS documentary called "This Emotional Life" that was hosted recently by Daniel Gilbert, PhD talks about how our fulfillment is directly correlated to the quality of our relationships. If disharmony or disappointment in your relationships contributes to your overeating, keep reading.

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Are Your Resolutions Being Sabotaged?

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2010 | POSTED BY MICHELLE

We're one week into 2010. You might be thinking that this is a new year, a new decade, a new beginning. Part of you is trying to be really hopeful, optimistic, and dedicated and another part of you might still be trying to deal with the backlash of the holiday season. If you think you should be happy and all gung ho but are still stuck in an inexplicable funk, read on.

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