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-- you may have indulged a little too much over the holidays psychologist Jennifer -- says it may not have been because you were hungry.
She believes looking at the emotional aspect of your eating habits may be an additional road to optimal -- People need to deal with anger and eating when you're angry is to simply the wrong solution to an emotional eating in response to -- it just doesn't manage -- just -- -- -- to the equation.
Another reason people -- in response emotions may be because of social anxiety.
-- is the author of and emotional eating she says people need to stop defining themselves by their size and shape.
And slowdown so they can taste what they're eating and understand why they are eating ants.
So meet people and really define themselves by their shape and we.
And interestingly enough this does not need to you improving year wait.
I'm over thinking and it.
Wanting your whole life to be about your -- Actually next -- upset and that leads to games even.
The first thing to notice is if you actually hungry you know are you physiologically hungry.
This is something that weren't so I think we're just it is everywhere and were so quick to pick something up and start looking.
But slowing down is a huge important first step a lot of times -- just one with our behavior we're not.
Pan -- noticing are we hungry.
Kate says people need to realize its own Qaeda occasionally over indulge but one bad -- -- give you a licensed eat whatever you want the rest of the day.
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