‘overeating’

Fearless or Fear-Based — What Kind of Eater Are You?

By Joanne Kimball on 07/09/2014

Do You Enjoy or Live in Fear of Food? I’ve been reading the new book Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating, co-authored by Michelle May, MD and Kari Anderson, BH, LPC. One of the reasons I had heard about this book is that Dr. Anderson has joined our staff at Green Mountain at Fox Run just this week. We’re […] Read more »

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Write Your Own Manifesto to Help with Overeating

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 03/03/2014

Are you being true to you? I have found in over 25 years of talking to women about their struggles with their bodies and overeating, that one dynamic that comes up often is the feeling of wanting to rebel. Against diets (who wouldn’t?!), food rules, ways of being. I believe this is healthy, natural, and a signal from your intuitive […] Read more »

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One Thing that Isn’t Helping You Overcome Overeating

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 02/10/2014

The tendency to over-explain your overeating One of the things I love about teaching the behavioral wellness classes at Green Mountain are the way certain themes show up during particular weeks with certain groups. This week, one of the topics we focused on was the tendency to want to over-explain the whys of overeating, relationship struggles, the ins and outs […] Read more »

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Q&A: Making Peace with Food and Eating

By Guest Blogger on 03/15/2013

Yesterday, we reposted an article about women who make peace with eating and food by Lisa Claudia Briggs. In Lisa’s practice, she sees two eating styles that women take on when they get to a better place with food and their bodies: those who treasure simplicity and practicality, and those who evolve into so-called foodies. Today we are discussing the […] Read more »

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