True Freedom Comes From This

January 9, 2023
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

My Commitment To You

January 2, 2023
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Since 2011, as the Founder and Leader of Escape From Emotional Eating, I have been helping high-achieving women get back in touch and stay in touch with themselves, so they can heal their emotional eating, master processing their emotions, and embody their full potential

As we enter this New Year, my commitment to this mission is stronger than ever. 

Since you are a part of my inner circle 😉, know that everything I send, share, and teach is rooted in my core mission: helping you get back in touch and stay in touch with yourself.

Because I believe the most important relationship you’ll ever have in your life is the one you have with yourself. 

I believe you are the common denominator in ALL aspects of your life. I believe this is a giftnot a curse.

I believe that your relationship with food and your body is simply a mirror, a symptom, of that inner relationship…the relationship with yourself. 

I believe that it’s imperative to learn how to stay connected to yourself, especially when you are seeing and experiencing things that make you uncomfortable.

I believe that the world is getting harder, faster, and more chaotic and that we all must learn how to get better at managing it.  

I believe that everything is changeable – no matter how long you have been engaging in an unhealthy pattern. 

Finally, I believe you are worthy of so much goodness. 

This is my whole body prayer. 

The WHY behind all that I do. 

And I’m so grateful for our connection and all that you will receive from it in the year ahead. 

In full service (and unwavering commitment) to your freedom, 

P.S. If your intuition has been whispering, “now is the time” to explore working together, click here right now. That way, we can get something on our calendar to connect and explore possibilities together. ❤️

Treasure This Season Of Peace ✨

December 26, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Merry Chrismahanukwanzakah, *|FNAME|*! 

May you treasure this season of peace. 

Remember, peace does not exist where there is no noise, chaos, or family dysfunction. 

Instead, peace means being in the midst of it all, staying connected to yourself, and being calm in your heart. 

In service to your freedom,

Forgive your body and yourself 

December 19, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Let’s take this opportunity today to let go of what is no longer serving you, to forgive your body, and to come home to yourself. 

Click below to let me lead you through 8 peace-filled minutes (a meditation of sorts), so you can forgive, repair, and reconnect with your body… and therefore yourself. 

Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

In service to your freedom,

P.S. Do NOT put this off as something to do after the Holidays. Do this now. Come home to yourself right now. 

Feeling Overwhelmed?

December 12, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Different: The Highly Sensitive Leadership Revolution

December 5, 2022
DIFFERENT: The Highly Sensitive Leadership Revolution | Jessica Procini

I’m super excited to share that I’m a contributing author in my Mentor (of 9 years!) Heather Dominick’s brand new book: DIFFERENT: The Highly Sensitive Leadership Revolution

If you’re a highly sensitive person (like me!) who is committed to entrepreneurial and life success (also like me!), this little book holds the potential for big impact.

It’s filled with ancient wisdom, practical applications, and personal stories from both Heather Dominick and members of the Business Miracles Community for Highly Sensitive Leaders (including myself!) and brings a fresh, empowered perspective to what it means to be highly sensitive.

You can find my story on page 111! ✨

I can’t wait for you to read it.

Get your very own copy (aka GPS for success) here.

In service to your freedom (and success),

DIFFERENT: The Highly Sensitive Leadership Revolution

Feeling “off” in your body? 

November 28, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Feeling “off” in your body today?

Be gentle with yourself. 

That means: watch the way you are talking to yourself. 

Whenever you’re feeling “off” in your body… adding shame, blame, and guilt will only make you feel worse. 

I know it because I’ve been through it. 

Watch out for any compulsions to over-exercise or restrict food as a way to make up for past mistakes, numb the discomfort of feeling “off,” or try to “control” your body. Quick fixes never turn into long-term solutions. 

I know it because I’ve been through it. 

Instead of divorcing yourself when you feel “off,” it’s a time to reconnect with yourself and tune in. 

Now you might be thinking, “what? what do you mean to reconnect with myself and tune in?” 

Let me explain… 

Anything used addictively (like overeating, overdrinking, overworking…even overexercising) puts a buffer between yourself and your awareness of your body and feelings. 

It puts you out of touch with your needs and disconnects you from your intuition and inner guidance. 

In healing your addictive patterns, you get back in touch with yourself, your feelings, and your needs. 

In that process, you learn what your body is trying to communicate by feeling “off.” And you’ll know how to lovingly support yourself to feel better. 

Which is exactly what we do together here at Escape From Emotional Eating. 

In fact, it’s literally my core mission: to help women who strive for excellence get back in touch and stay in touch with themselves. 

Because you and your relationship with yourself are the foundation of everything. It’s the common denominator. 

And since you strive for excellence, let’s make sure your foundation is excellent too. 

Click here to learn how to take this all further and deeper, together. 

In service to your freedom,

Read this before your Holiday meal!

November 23, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Hi! The American Holiday of Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and if you have a complicated relationship with food, ANY meal can be triggering, even more so for a Holiday Meal. 

With you in mind, I wanted to share a few recommendations on how to stay connected to yourself and create peace with food on this holiday.

1). Remember Abundance.

Crazy fear-based thoughts rooted in scarcity
 like, “I’ll never eat this again,” only fuel overeating and the self-destructive emotional eating cycle. 

You know that if you really wanted that pumpkin cheesecake, you could easily go to the store at any time and get one yourself. Or call up your Grandmom on a random day to make you one. (I bet she’d be delighted!) 

Bottom line: You will eat again. Food is everywhere. 

2). Bless your food and allow it to nourish you.

This will help you remember that eating is a sacred experience and should be treated as such.

3). Trust your body.

Yes, your body already knows what to do. It’s your mind that loves to interfere.

Today is a great day to start practicing trusting your body. Take 3 deep breaths at any time during your day, your meal, or after your meal to reconnect with your body and yourself. 


These are just a few basic recommendations I share with my clients too. I recommend you save this email so you can refer back to it tomorrow! 

If you know you need more support when it comes to truly untangling your relationship with food, click here and fill out this questionnaire right now

You’ll hear from me, or a member of my team, on Monday to get something on the calendar to do some discovery together. 

Do not put this off. 

If you have issues with food, this can be a very challenging and frustrating time of year. 

And it doesn’t have to be that way. Click here right now and take the first steps to transform your relationship with food. 

I’ll see you on the inside. 😘

In service to your freedom,

P.S. I am so grateful to be connected with you. 

In a world that is overwhelmingly saturated with diet culture and millions of modalities that miss the mark, I’m glad we’re connected here and committed to doing the sacred work of healing the roots of your relationship with food. 

P.P.S. If you need more support, receive it here. ❤️

how to avoid emotional eating this week (and this season!)

November 21, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Hey *|FNAME|*! I just wanted to check in as I’ve been thinking of you as we move into and through this time of intensity – the Holidays! 

If you use food to cope, this can be a low time for you… resigning to eating and drinking your way through the next 6 weeks. 

So I wanted to share a few recommendations with you on how to stay grounded and avoid emotional eating this week (and throughout this season). 

Recommendation #1: Manage your energy.

I recommend choosing an energy management tool for the week and engaging with it proactively 1x per day. I’ve been working with Digesting Emotions®, a tool that I teach in my Escape From Emotional Eating Programs, so I’m processing things, not letting them pile up on the inside

Another thing I am doing to support my emotional body by managing my energy is committing to taking a walk outside (no matter how windy and cold) to help me stay grounded. Nature always soothes my sensitive soul and helps me stay connected to myself no matter how frenetic the outside world gets

Recommendation #2: Step away from your screens.

Put down your phone. Turn off the T.V. Pause your online shopping. 

Consciously create time where you are not taking in or taking on things from the outside. This will help you switch out of a constant state of consumption and help you shift into restoration. 

Do this anytime to get back in touch and stay in touch with yourself. 

Recommendation #3: Just because other people are doing it doesn’t mean you have to also.

I’ve already started seeing posts about stress eating, overeating, and a “f*** it” mentality when it comes to food and the Holiday season. If you are trying to overcome patterns of emotional eating, seeing someone else do it can be a slippery temptation to give yourself permission to be self-destructive. Watch out for this. And remember, just because someone else is engaging in a self-destructive cycle doesn’t mean you need to join them. 

Final thoughts…

It’s common to want to try to escape intensity (no matter what season you’re in), but you are strong, and you are capable of weathering this storm – internally and externally.

Food will not make things better. Not in the short term. Certainly not in the long term.

Stay present in your body.

Surrender when you feel yourself trying to “grip” or control. 

Most of all, if you feel like you’ve “lost yourself,” do not wait until the New Year to come home to yourself or your body. 

In service to your freedom,

P.S. If your intuition has been nudging you to receive support to heal your relationship with food would look like, you can follow through on that intuitive nudge by clicking here. Chat soon!

Processing Emotions With Someone You Love

November 14, 2022
Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

Did you know that your physical body is a direct reflection of the emotional burdens you’ve been carrying? 

In order to be our healthiest selves, we must be willing to look at, work with, and transform our emotional burdens so we can be free. 

The last week has been very difficult and emotional for me personally (more on that later when I’m ready to share), and I’ve been using Digesting Emotions® to help me through it. And I wanted to share more about this fabulous tool with you today.

I created this process to support myself and the women I work with in safely facing, processing, and then transforming emotional burdens so we can feed ourselves what we really need. 

Watch the video now.

Digesting Emotions® will help you clear your emotional charge so you can connect more deeply and easily to your true authentic self.

Watch the video now and let me know what you think.

In service to your freedom,

Did you know there are 4 Roots that trigger Emotional Eating?

Watch this video to identify which one is triggering you!

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