Tag: emotional eating

What’s Your GratiTUDE? Day 307 (Progress)

August 22, 20131 Comment

Today I am grateful for progress. Last night I did something I haven’t done in at least three years: I binged. I ate potato chips (ruffled sweet potato and white) and maple candy (in the shape of maple leaves). I ate until my stomach felt like it was going to burst and then, feeling confused […]

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Meringue Frosting is awesome. Cotton Candy is stupid.

October 21, 20110 Comments

I’m not going to pretend that this is something that people have been discussing for ages. Or that (most likely) anyone cares about but me…

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What is Balance?

June 24, 20110 Comments

Balance is illusive. I feel like I’m always searching for it. And whenever it seems like I’ve found it; found that thin, calm line between excesses, it slips through my fingers. And it occurred to me, that even while I am constantly searching for some “sense of balance”, I don’t really know what balance is.

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Ane & Lillian ON: Being “good” vs Being “bad”

May 23, 20110 Comments

We talk a bit about being “good” and being “bad” with food and what that concept does to our relationship with food and our relationship to our desires. Ane Axford is a hypnotherapist in NYC who specializes with the 20% of the population who are highly sensitive. Find out more about her at her website:www.sensitiveandthriving.com Lovelillian

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Ane & Lillian ON: Sugar Addiction – Desire & Craving

May 13, 20112 Comments

Ane and I continue our conversation on sugar addiction. In this episode we explore the emotional roots of sugar addiction. Which are mainly: 1. Not feeling like we can have pleasure in our lives. And/Or: 2. Not knowing how to get pleasure that works for us. And how those two ideas impact the rest of […]

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The Mourning Period

November 20, 20102 Comments

A pep talk about a necessary part of changing your diet and changing your life. I’m calling it: “The Mourning Period”…

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