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Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

At this time of year, many of my clients come in complaining of the shorter, darker days. Understandably so. It’s not just that the summer has ended and the longer, lazier days are behind us. With this particular season change, those who suffer from mild to moderate mood disorders (especially depressive and bipolar) can all […]

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Ten Strategies to Curb Holiday Overindulging

Ten Strategies to Curb Holiday Overindulging

Set the best intention, overeat, shame and guilt yourself, repeat. Despite our best intentions, many of us find ourselves routinely overeating at meals, snacking mindlessly, or bingeing regularly. It’s a familiar pattern that seems to end in weight gain for many of us every year, especially during the holidays. With the last two weeks of […]

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Five Tips to Avoid Halloween Hangovers

Five Tips to Avoid Halloween Hangovers

For many emotional eaters, the holiday season’s over indulgences begin with Halloween. The sheer volume of candy and delectable treats lining supermarket and drugstore shelves and home pantries is in itself downright spooky! And to add insult to injury, candy is being handed out every where you turn. Candy manufacturers seem to be oblivious to […]

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Are You Taking Things Too Personally?

Are You Taking Things Too Personally?

I could tell when I entered the waiting room of my office that Samantha was having a bad day. She appeared depressed–she sat slumped in the chair and she was visibly upset. Her mascara was running and she looked like she had been crying. Unlike times when she was more upbeat, she was not distracting herself with her phone […]

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