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Inspirational Resources for Shifting Painful Thoughts

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 12/02/2013

Who Do You Choose to Inspire You? I’ve long believed that we need a separate source of information, of inspiration, to move beyond whatever we struggle with. Unfortunately, we’re not always so good at shifting our perceptual lenses, at taking in the “information” or ways of seeing people, relationships or our selves. We get stuck… In old beliefs, ones that […] Read more »

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Is Facebook Causing You to Overeat?

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 11/25/2013

The Connection Between Overeating & Being Online There are lots of reasons why women fall into the pit of overeating at night. We know that if you haven’t fed yourself well enough during the day, you will be vulnerable to eating or binges at night. Makes sense. And of course there are other factors at play as well, such as […] Read more »

Food Addiction, Part III: Saying No to Old Ways

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 11/18/2013

A continuation of the article Food Addiction Part II: Knowing When to Lick Our Wounds. Moving out of using food to cope, finding ways out of using food or eating or obsessing about it all as addictive strategies requires a major paradigm shift – and a boatload of courage. And a little (or sometimes more) support doesn’t hurt either. Saying […] Read more »

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Food Addiction Part II: Knowing When to Lick Our Wounds

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 11/11/2013

A continuation of the article Food Addiction Part I: Is It All Just a Delay Tactic? This all goes back to taking your needs seriously. If you are turning to food, it is my belief that somewhere there is an emotional or physical or spiritual need that is not being heard or that is somehow being ignored. I heard something […] Read more »

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Food Addiction Part I: Just a Delay Tactic?

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 11/04/2013

Whether you feel addicted to certain foods, or the pattern of using food to cope with painful feelings or relationships, none of it feels good. It doesn’t feel good and yet in that moment of wanting “out” from a thought or feeling that feels like it might catch up to you, you reach for what’s familiar, for that particular combination […] Read more »

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