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Eating Past Fullness: Moments That Matter

“Listen. Make a way for yourself inside yourself. Stop looking in the other way of looking.” ~Rumi

Becoming an attuned eater involves eating when we’re hungry and stopping when we’re full. So we practice tuning back into our hunger and fullness signals, reawakening to what was once a natural awareness of these sensations.

Eventually, we get good at sensing and responding to our hunger signal. But many of us may find that reconnecting with and responding to our fullness signal is much more challenging. If we are able to sense when we are full, we will often also become painfully aware of not being able to stop eating at comfortable fullness.

These difficult moments of eating past fullness are moments that matter.

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I have worked in the Wellness Field for 30 years. I created an Emotional Eating & Binge Eating Disorder Recovery Program way before most people knew BED was an eating disorder, NOT a “willpower” issue. Personally, I suffered for years before finding answers and the help I needed and deserved! I became a Coach in 1997 to help others who were still suffering as I had. I love being a Coach!


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