untangle your relationship with hunger

Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating

How many times have you felt hungry and done something to avoid eating?

Filled your belly with water to give the illusion of fullness…
Dove deeper into work…
Told yourself, “it’s not time to eat yet.”

One of the big problems I see when I first start working with a client is how they’ve been trained to distrust their hunger…that being hungry is wrong, painful, and something to be manipulated. 

So they’ll deny, mute, and avoid it. 

This is evidence of how much our wires have gotten crossed in our relationship with food because hunger is a very useful and loving teacher.

Not just in your relationship with food, but in life. 

If you continue to deny, mute, and avoid your hunger, you’ll eventually have no idea what you want, whatever the circumstance.

This is why in the work I do with my clients, we work to untangle your relationship with hunger (and fullness, too), so you can eat when you’re hungry and stop when you’re full. And most of all, you come to understand what you’re truly hungry for emotionally, so you can stop using food to fill a hole that food will never fill.

Because as you unlearn the old unhealthy habits and learn the new ones, not only do you learn to trust your body, you learn to ultimately trust yourself – not just with food, but in all circumstances.

If you’re ready to learn how to trust yourself by healing your relationship with foodclick here to apply so we can connect and explore which of the Escape From Emotional Eating Programs is a fit for you!

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