Do you self soothe with sugar?
When we use sugar to care for stressful emotions, it can be really hard to eat less of it.
When you try to eat less sugar, you may feel overwhelmed by strong feelings of deprivation. Saying no to sugar may feel like a punishment. You may tell yourself, "This feels too hard." It may feel impossible.
When this happens, it's easy to feel frustrated. You may blame yourself. It can feel like you'll never change.
But there is a way to respond that feels much, much better, and that can also help you eat sugar more mindfully.
You can change how much sugar you eat
while also creating a kinder relationship with yourself
Learn why it's important to stop fighting against cravings and what do when cravings feel overwhelming
Learn how to see mistakes differently and not feel driven to eat perfectly
Learn how to calm and nourish yourself when you feel stressed - without relying on sugar
Nourish the growth and healing process
Build emotional resilience
Learn how to build your inner confidence and strength rather than trying to control circumstances
Learn how to connect with your internal strength when sugar cravings arise - even when life is really hard
Grow your strongest self
Learn how to trust in the growth process rather than trying to force healing or change
Learn the key difference that softens anxiety, stress and frustration when you're caught in sugar
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