Hello love,

It can feel hard to change when you’re an emotional eater and so it’s important to understand the journey of growth because it will help you see what’s really going on. 

If you don’t understand what growth looks like you can get stuck in your fears and doubts, thinking you’re a failure, you’re broken or something is wrong with you. 

And that means you won’t get to the other side where resolution, ease and confidence around food and in your body live. 

I wish I had this video before I started my journey because I had no clue about emotional eating and how the journey to resolving it looked like. 

I had to keep putting one foot in front of the other in the dark, moving through fear and doubt hoping I would come out ok. My fear and doubt derailed me a lot. 

What I’ve learned through my own journey and now guiding women through theirs is that there is a path of growth and on the other side is resolution. 

It’s important that we understand what growth looks like – why you hit these walls, how to move through them so you can get to the other side and what you desire. 

When we’re very young, up until the age of 7 or so we are absorbing patterns. Our brain is very open and we don’t have a lot of discernment. We’re picking up patterns, some might be healthy others not so much. 

So if we had parents or caregivers who could move through their emotions, ate well, and gave up great solid habits we didn’t have to think about learning this. We just absorbed it. 

The same is true for the not so healthy habits. 

Both are automatically, subconsciously part of us. 

This is the age range I find clients develop their Emotional Eating coping mechanism. The roots are there – but it “looks” different. 

Check out the video BELOW with timestamps to dive deeper!

  • 2:25 How to change something that is so deeply ingrained? 
  • 2:50 What happens when we try to change that derails us
  • 3:20 What’s needed to pull yourself out of this so you an change
  • 4:35 Creating a new habit over a coping mechanism doesn’t work
  • 5:35 Deeper tools are needed to shift a coping mechanism which is powerful
  • 7:02 Support is important but so are the right tools and understanding
  • 8:09 How long does it take to create a new way where you don’t cope with food? 
  • 9:10 Why guidance helps you move forward when you hit a wall

Next Steps

1. If you are ready to start your journey to resolving your Emotional Eating you can download my free guide “What Are You Truly Hungry For?” to start discerning true from emotional hunger and catching your triggers HERE.

2. If you are ready to transform your emotional eating so that you can get to ease, peace and confidence around food and in your body with a step by step process and guidance then find out more about The Emotional Eating Evolution Program HERE. 

To growth and resolution,


Certified Holistic Nutritionist Specializing in Emotional Eating