Emotional eating is the process of consuming foods (often high calorie, fatty foods) as a way to cope with personal stress and duress.
Effective ways of curbing the habit of emotional eating involve finding new, healthier, methods of coping with—or altering—one’s emotional state. At Thrive Counseling, we have discovered that the following basic strategies are helpful to our clients.
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