The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual: A Practical Mind-Body-Spirit Guide for Putting an End to Overeating and Dieting

October 23, 2019 - Comment

Despite our best intentions, many of us find ourselves routinely overeating at meals, snacking mindlessly, or bingeing regularly. As emotional eaters, we turn to food for comfort, soothing, distraction, and excitement. There’s a disconnection fueling our eating, robbing years from our lives, and we know it. We’re tired of restrictive diets that lead back to

Despite our best intentions, many of us find ourselves routinely overeating at meals, snacking mindlessly, or bingeing regularly. As emotional eaters, we turn to food for comfort, soothing, distraction, and excitement. There’s a disconnection fueling our eating, robbing years from our lives, and we know it. We’re tired of restrictive diets that lead back to overeating, and we’re ready to try something different.

Therapist and life coach Julie Simon offers a new approach that addresses the true causes of overeating and weight gain: emotional and spiritual hunger and body imbalance. The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual presents five self-care skills, five body-balancing principles, and five soul-care practices that can end overeating and dieting forever. You’ll learn to nurture yourself without turning to food, to correct body and brain imbalances that trigger overeating, and to address your soul’s hunger. Weight loss, more energy, improved health, and self-esteem will naturally follow.

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Anonymous says:

Finally, an end to a lifetime of struggle with food I have waited about a year to write this review, because I wanted to see if this program really worked for me. I am a 55-year-old man who has been overweight most of his life. I started with this book, and went from there into one of Julie’s conference call support programs. It has been a struggle at times, but I have lost about 30 pounds and am still losing about a pound a week. I used to binge on cookies and chips a few times a week, but it’s been about 10 months since I did that. I am…

Anonymous says:

FINALLY The Book I Needed Julie M. Simon actually GETS it.I’ve been an emotional eater about since I was seven, and this is the first book I’ve ever read that truly nails it for me. There are hundreds of shrinks and authors who “Don’t struggle with food themselves” but who want to tell me that “Food won’t fix your problems”. (Oh, REALLY? Gee, thanks for telling me that). There are a lot of books on this subject that are not only way off, but also worsen the problem with lack of empathy and…

Anonymous says:

Blown Away I had to stop reading just to write this review. I am only halfway through, but I cannot contain my satisfaction so far.This book is a perfect balance of empowering tools AND recommendations to seek professional help. This validates the fact that we have the power within us to help ourselves, but it is also perfectly OK to have someone else help out as well.She also does not promote the “positive thoughts only” mentality. Her tools promote actually addressing this pain and being…

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