Eatguiltrepentrepeat.com Talks About Emotional Eating

Brenda J. Bentley Author of book “Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat”, says “this book provides a long-term solution to Break the emotional eating cycle!” It encourages people to Love their body, food and life.
 
 
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Jan. 24, 2013 - PRLog -- Dallas, Texas -- Experts Say “Emotional eating sabotages your efforts to losing weight as well as make you feel ashamed, guilty, anxious and depressed”.  Most people use food to help them escape from emotional problems and cover feelings like sadness, boredom and loneliness. If you too are struggling with weight-loss, you’re probably facing problems with emotional eating.

Brenda J. Bentley (author) in her new book “Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat” says “Diets only work short-term.” Break the Cycle emotional eating! And motivate you to Love Your Body, Your Food and Your Life!” This books talks about a long-term solution that anyone can use to transform their relationship with food, oneself and life.

Experts say “An eating disorder is an illness that affects all facets of each sufferer's life, is caused by various emotional factors and impacts. In this article we will touch upon Anorexia and Bulimia. Those who suffer from these illnesses are characterized as having a low self-esteem and often a great need to gain strict control over dieting or their surroundings and emotions.

This makes them turn to obsessive weight control and starvation as a way to control not only their body weight, but what they feel and how they act. Some also believe that they do not deserve pleasures of life, and will stay away from situations related to pleasure, including eating.

Experts say “You CAN stop the emotional eating aspect of the yo-yo diet cycle that keeps you fat, frustrated and upset.” You know how it goes: you eat because you don't feel good or you’re restless, and then feel better only momentarily, but then you feel even worse because you ate, so you eat more, you feel bad again and on and on it goes. There’s a way to stop this cycle. You can stop emotional eating before you commence in a way that has nothing to do with "will power."

New diet book “Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat” is different. It focuses on making change from the inside out, starting with thoughts and feelings. This book’s focus is on the inner game of transformation. Bentley’s professional experience has proven to her that her book is necessary. “People want to make peace with food and their bodies,” she says. “They want to lose weight and keep it off. This book teaches them how to do this starting with their thoughts.”

About the Author:

Brenda J. Bentley draws on over 10 years of experience as a therapist and coach to help people to let go of their limitations and realize their potential. She teaches her clients to trust themselves to know what they need and to live authentically through this truth.

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Name: Brenda Bentley

Email: info@buildingbelief.com

Phone: 447948801229 or 441527853424

For details visit: - http://eatguiltrepentrepeat.com/
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