Imagine a life where you don’t overeat and you are in control of your cravings …
Are you an emotional eater? Diets and willpower won’t help, but making peace with food changes everything. Psychologist Dr. Melissa McCreery outlines a day-by-day rescue plan for emotional eating and overeating designed specifically for high-performing, busy women ready to take control of their eating and their weight. Based on thousands of hours of work with smart women struggling to stop overeating, this 28 day plan walks you through the steps to:
- Take control of stress eating, comfort eating, and other types of emotional eating
- Say goodbye to guilt, shame, and feeling frustrated with yourself
- Discover what you really crave and how to really feed yourself
- Create solutions that don’t leave you feeling hungry and deprived
- Design your recipe for lasting weight loss – even when you are busy and have a lot on your plate.
Get your copy of the Emotional Eating Rescue Plan for Smart, Busy Women
This is a book you will write in, cry on, and take into the bath. This is a book that has the power to change your relationship to food and emotional eating – forever. Read it and free yourself to be fully and wholly who you are meant to be.” Jennifer Louden, author of The Woman’s Comfort Book and The Life Organizer
“If you’ve been stuck on the weight loss hamster wheel, your brain is probably full of clutter – advice and strategies that just don’t work for you or your busy life. Dr. McCreery’s book helps you organize and take control of your relationship with food once and for all, allowing the other pieces of your life to fall into place. It all makes perfect sense!” Lorie Marrero, creator of The Clutter Diet® and author of The Home Office Handbook: Rules of Thumb for Organizing Your Time, Information, and Workspace
Psychologist Dr. Melissa McCreery helps successful, high performing women untangle the three Os that frequently ambush them—overwhelm, overload and overeating. She is the creator of TooMuchOnHerPlate.com, a consulting company that helps women professionals take control of stress and overeating and add more ease, success, and joy to their health, their work, and their lives. Melissa’s unique approach has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, Working Mother, Fitness, and Self magazines and she is a contributor to The Huffington Post. She lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest.
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