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Crack your history code - How your relationship history affects your comfort eating

Crack your history code - How your relationship history affects your comfort eating

Update: 2021-09-01
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Today I start to talk about your history in relationship, and how this might have caused you to comfort eat in the first place.

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Citations
Attached - Amir Levine & Rachel S F Heller
Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with relational history. You can buy your full training programme here

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Crack your history code - How your relationship history affects your comfort eating

Crack your history code - How your relationship history affects your comfort eating

Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness