Emotional eating is a relatively common problem for both men and women. If you eat in response to your feelings, especially when you are not hungry, you are an emotional eater. Emotional eating means your emotions -- not your body -- dictate when and/or how much you eat.
Some emotional eaters binge when they are sad or confused; for others, eating can be a way of avoiding thinking about problems or taking the action required to solve them. If we'd eat for comfort by reaching into our crisper drawer, we'd be OK.
Are You an Emotional Eater?
You are an emotional eaters if you answer yes to any of the following questions:
In this course, you will learn how to handle the daily emotionally stresses most people experience that leads them to overeat.
Emotional Freedom Techniques, or E.F.T., is an effective tool that can bring successful results for physical, emotional, and health problems. If your fitness or general health needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues that need resolving before you can see improvements.
Joan shares what you can expect from this course.
This lecture is very important! Please watch it before proceeding.
Be curious! What would happen if you tried some of the ideas and concepts Joan shares (and they worked!).
Joan shares her story of how she felt pulling her hair when she was young, and how she eventually stopped.
Where are the tapping points?
Joan shares what the six steps are for a tapping session.
This PDF shows you the basic EFT Process.
Testing helps you to see how you are progressing.
Why we eat what we eat.
Do you eat when you are upset?
Emotional eating is so important, Joan goes over a second EFT session on Emotional Eating
Are you ashamed of how your body looks? Are you ashamed of the choices you are making? That doesn't help you achieve your ideal goal weight.
This lecture and EFT Session covers how to let go of the emotional charges that lead you to over-eat.
Have you ever started something and seen results start to happen, then stop? That is your self-sabotaging behaviors kicking in. This is a lecture you will want to return to over and over.
Do you have foods you turn to whenever stress increases in your life? Usually, those foods are not helping you be at your ideal healthy body weight. In this lecture, Joan helps you deal with these destructive feelings and impulses.
Setting boundaries with yourself and others is the BEST way to reduce stress that leads to overeating addictive eating. In this lecture you will learn how to say "No" or "No Thank you" and be free of guilt.
You enjoy food. You like eating. You resist moving towards your ideal body weight because you think it means depriving yourself of the joy of food.
Cravings are one of the hardest part of weight loss. In this lecture, Joan tackles cravings. You will want to work with this session over and over.
Joan shares her battle with cravings.
Overview of EFT for eating sessions.
Congratulations! You have finished your 'Warm Up'. Time to get going and achieve your weight loss goals.
Download and print out your Personal Action Plan.
Scott Paton has been podcasting since the spring of 2005. His podcast "Weight Loss and The Mind" hit over 375,000 subscribers in its first year and over one million downloads. He has executive produced and/or co-hosted over 35 podcasts. An internationally renowned speaker, Scott has presented to audiences from London, England to Sydney, Australia, from Vancouver, BC to New York, NY, from LA to Rwanda. Thousands of entrepreneurs and NGO's have changed their public engagement strategies based on Scott's sharing. We hope you will, too!
Scott has over 66,500 students from 176 countries taking his courses.
Scott joined Udemy in 2013. In late 2014, one of his clients inspired him to make a video course on Podcasting. He revisited Udemy and got very excited at the potential. After his course went live, Scott told his clients and many decided to make courses but needed help, so he has become a co-instructor with them, while continuing to support and build his own courses. His co-topics all include areas of life-long learning by Scott, including Stock Option Trading, Alternative Health, EFT, and Relationships.
After earning her B.A. in sociology and psychology from Muskingum College in Ohio, Joan began working as a real estate property manager. She pulled her hair more than ever and added compulsive checking to her list of OCD traits. She did not hide her pulling from her co-workers but was dismayed to think she was the only one who pulled and that no mental health professional knew how to help her. She had been to a psychiatrist and therapist who were unable to help her. This was before current medications and treatment methods were known.
Joan began pulling her hair at age 11 in 6th grade. Her pulled from her scalp for 25 years from age 11 to 36. In 1989, she read the book “The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing” by Judith Rapoport, M.D. Upon reading her book, she discovered “Jackie P.”, a woman who pulled out every hair on her head and face. From her insistence, she would not be turned away by the NIMH study of OCD. From Jackie P’s courage to come forward, herself and millions of “pullers” now know they are not alone with Trichotillomania.
Trichotillomania is the inability to resist the urge to pull out hair resulting in noticeable hair loss. The act of pulling comforts, eases emotional pain, and is fun until the pulling episode is over. Then the puller experiences extreme shame, disgust, and anger over mutilating themselves and losing control. " I have been on both sides of this fence and have dedicated my life to helping people out of this cycle" Kaylor states.
From the studies at the National Institute of Mental Health … and because of the work of the Trichotillomania Learning Center and Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation, millions of people now can recognize symptoms of trichotillomania and OCD.