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Struggling with Emotional Eating

Struggling with Emotional Eating? 10 Articles that Will Help!

September 17, 2020 · 0 comments

Do you find yourself struggling with emotional eating? You're not alone, so many of us do - even after Bariatric Surgery! We've put together 10 helpful articles to support you on your journey. In this article round-up, you'll learn what emotional eating is and ways that you can challenge it. 10 Articles

Having Healthy Relationships After WLS

Healthy Relationships With Family, Friends, Co-Workers After WLS

September 16, 2020 · 0 comments

Relationships After WLS With Family, Friends, Co-Workers After WLS: What's Healthy and What Isn't The need for connection is a natural human desire. Research shows as infants we seek to bond with our mother. From this develops a soothing feeling that teaches us an emotional and social attachment (Ainsworth, 1973;

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How to Set Boundaries in Relationships After Bariatric Surgery

September 9, 2020 · 0 comments

Relationships After Bariatric Surgery As a clinical psychologist who has worked with bariatric surgery patients for almost 20 years, I’ve learned that bariatric surgery is a powerful tool when used by a well-prepared individual. One of the things patients need to look at is their relationships after bariatric surgery. This surgery

Dealing with Stress after Bariatric Surgery

8 Must-Read Articles When Dealing with Stress After Bariatric Surgery

August 27, 2020 · 0 comments

Dealing with Stress After Bariatric Surgery - It Matters! When dealing with stress after bariatric surgery, do you eat to relieve stress and feel better? Stress eating usually causes you to feel worse. We've put together helpful articles to support you dealing with stress and to avoid stress eating and manage stress in healthy

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CRUSH Emotional Eating for Weight Loss

August 17, 2020 · 0 comments

CRUSH Emotional Eating As a follower of ObesityHelp.com, you probably have read many articles addressing the prevalent subject of emotional eating. The reason this important subject is discussed so often is that emotional eating remains the number one reason people gain weight or regain lost weight. This article will help

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Lessons To Learn From Weight Regain

August 12, 2020 · 0 comments

What Lessons to Learn From Weight Regain Weight regain can be one’s biggest fear and for someone else, it is the biggest nightmare. No one enters into their post-op life thinking they will be a regain statistic, nor do they think it will happen to them. Until it does, however,

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6 Tips for Stress Management Without Stress Eating

July 30, 2020 · 0 comments

Stress Management Without Stress Eating We’re living through very trying times. From a global pandemic to societal unrest, an economic downturn, and everyday life, each day can feel very overwhelming. Remember it’s important to take care of yourself, not only so that you can feel and be your healthiest, but

Addiction to Sugar

How to Overcome an Addiction to Sugar

July 23, 2020 · 0 comments

A Powerful Presence Sugar is that yummy substance that leaves us happy and craving more of the same. It has a powerful effect on us; some say it’s more addictive than cocaine. Sugar drives an increase in feel-good hormones such as dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine to circulate around your nervous

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The Toll of Emotional Abuse & How it Impacts Your WLS Success

July 20, 2020 · 0 comments

The effects of emotional abuse can affect your success after Bariatric or Weight Loss Surgery (WLS). In this article, we will discuss the definition of emotional abuse, the prevalence of emotional abuse, the association between Obesity and emotional abuse, the consequences of emotional abuse, how emotional abuse can affect your

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How to Eliminate the Guilt from Being Off Track and Weight Regain

July 14, 2020 · 0 comments

Handle Guilt From Being Off Track and Weight Regain Beth (not her real name) has spent the past six months focused on portion control and exercising after being diagnosed with pre-diabetes. But recently she has experienced increased stress at work and home and has started to regain some of the

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