|Series||The Praeger series on contemporary health and living|
|LC Classifications||RC552.C65 S49 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781440804014, 9781440804021|
|LC Control Number||2012014066|
The book explores how three aspects of the psyche– the “child within,” the “adult self” and the “internalized parent” are involved in compulsive overeating. The book explores how childhood abuse or neglect, or the lack of the basic emotional necessities of childhood create emotional wounds and needs which are dealt with in adult. While this book is not specific to emotional eating, Dr Earley explains Internal Family Systems which is a therapy that explores pieces of ourselves that protect us from painful emotions. I find it incredibly helpful to guide clients through the parts that engage in emotional eating and self-sabotage to see what they are being protected from. I’m glad to say, that over my journey of losing over pounds, in a safe and healthy way, I have narrowed down the best emotional eating books, to these 5. I wanted to share them with you, as well as why I choose them: 1) Food: the Good Girl’s Drug – How to Stop Using Food to Control Your Feelings by Sunny Sea Gold. I love this book. Step 3. Learn the Difference Between Emotional Hunger & Physical Hunger Before you can break free of emotional eating you have to learn how to tell the difference between your emotional and physical hunger. This can be really difficult if you regularly use food to deal with your emotions.
This book gives tools you can use in your day-to-day life in your search for help with emotional overeating. "Back in the early 90′s I read the book that changed my life forever: Breaking Free from Emotional Eating! I still have the original, and always have another on hand to give to friends. food for coping, with the added guilt of overeating and worries about weight management and health. Emotional eating triggers One philosophy recommends identifying your emotional eating triggers, which are categorized as social, emotional, situational, thoughts, and physiological. Social—eating when around other people. For example, excessive. Emotional overeating plagues millions of people, but a few simple tweaks to how you think of it can make all the difference. Dr. Glenn Livingston is a psychologist and author of the book . Arlene Englander's Let Go of Emotional Overeating and Love Your Food is a very well written and organized book. It contains useful information about managing food intake and in general has great advice for many of life's challenges. Even if a person does not have an eating disorder, the book has valuable information and is enjoyable to read/5(11).
This book is for anyone who would like to eat whatever they like, yet stop just at the point of satisfaction without overeating. Written by a Columbia University trained psychotherapist and former emotional overeater, Let Go of Emotional Overeating and Love Your Food offers psychologically sound techniques for recognizing the symptoms of emotional overeating and methods for addressing it in. The book focuses on the mindless eating environment. It is full of research on the way our grocery stores, restaurants, products, and social customs unknowingly railroad us . Emotional eating affects both men and women. It may be caused by a number of factors, including stress, hormonal changes, or mixed hunger cues. Emotional hunger vs. true hungerAuthor: Ashley Marcin. Books shelved as overeating: The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite by David A. Kessler, Weight Watchers Weight Loss T.