Feb 2, 2021
Favorite quotes of the episode:
“Food is everywhere; it is the easiest way to attempt to escape.”
“It’s not about being the food police and perfectionists; it’s about the energy and the stories we attach to our food choices.”
In this episode, I talk with Jessica Procini. Jessica is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.
From over a decade of research and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating® process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her, and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food.
Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support, one that got to the roots of her emotional eating.
Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen, just to name a few.
4 roots of emotional eating https://escapefromemotionaleating.com/
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