End your constant battle with Emotional Eating!
If you are a snack grabber when times get tough then you are not alone. Food can become your friend, confidant, crutch and sanctuary and I totally get it. I get that no diet is going to fix this bad boy because you can only stick to it up until the point that you need that extra support from food in your world.
Understanding Emotional Eating is a 5 day, free group coaching programme starting on 15th January 2108, where I will help you identify your emotional eating habits, teach you alternative coping strategies for the difficult times and introduce you to techniques that allow you to begin to separate your eating from your emotions.
We’ll meet in a private Facebook group every day for a short, bite-sized live class so you don't feel overwhelmed and there’ll be opportunities to ask questions if you need a bit of extra support. (If you can’t make it live every day, don’t worry, you can watch later and still ask questions and get support.)
With access to the group and recordings after the 5 day live support has ended, there'll also be extra PDFs, checklists and worksheets n the group that will support you along the way.
Enter your details below to get on board and let's sort out your emotional eating habits!
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(c) Rachel Swann 2017
What other people say
I thought I knew myself pretty well and what my issues were but... I found that things I thought were insignificant were having a huge impact on my life.
My first goal was to lose my emotional relationship with food and end my constant battle with food and I have really moved forward on that.
Just wanted to let you know how pleased I am. I feel great, really liberated. Even my cycle to work this morning was easier. I weighed myself this morning and I’ve lost 5lbs now. It’s not really about how much I weigh it’s the relationship I have with food now that I’m the most happy with.