Eating and Emotional Hunger

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Food is often a stand-in for love. People try to cope with loneliness and emotional hunger by eating.  Similarly, anorexics attempt to control their needs by starving.  When we learn how to deal with our feelings and what we really need, food will cease being the enemy.

See Food Doesn’t have to Be a Four-Letter Word in Volume 2 Issue 2 of Vitality for more.

If you have questions about, or need support for, eating issues, please contact us here.

Chris Vallier

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