• Monique Jephcote

Q's to ask when Emotional Eating

In the work of Intuitive Eating, we’re not actually trying to STOP emotional eating. This is “results” focussed which can encourage black and white thinking/feeling (& just plain old remind us of diet culture). We are actually just bringing some awareness and getting curious about our wants, needs & what we are feeling. We leave judgement at the door. There’s no right or wrong, just learning. Emotionally eating is very normal. It’s a very normal role of food. There is nothing “wrong” with you. What’s amazing on this journey is learning that emotional eating can contain a treasure trove of information about yourself to tap into. Next time - ask yourself these questions & see what comes up. This is just one tool we use (& 1 principle we explore) on the journey of Intuitive Eating. Want more? ♾Therapy: Schedule a free 15 minute consult for coaching worldwide via telephone/video. ️ Programs: 3 month & 6 month Intuitive Eating programs available. 1:1 & Group. In person & online. ➿Relevant? Emotional eating, body image issues, binge eating, disordered eating (incl. guilt from eating/food choices, obsessive health tendencies (orthorexia), worry/stress around eating/food), chronic dieting, weight cycling, compulsive & obsessive exercise. ➰My blog is for educational purposes and not individualised nutrition advice, therapy or medical care.

The Intuitive Dietitian xx

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