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One Crash-and-Burn of Roller Coaster Emotions
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January 13, 2011


Sonia Dabboussi

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As gifted adults, we often have intense feelings about so many things.  When things are good, they're really good.  And when they're bad, they're really bad.  The trouble comes when we complicate a negative situation with a bigger problem…

When we're stressed about something we try to relieve that stress by looking…


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January 13, 2011


Marfusha

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Ah, I think it affects me.

I feel like going and getting rid of this habit, though. It's not very often that this happens.

January 13, 2011


MorningWind

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Marfusha,

Getting rid of this habit starts one step at a time.

This article that I posted is from weight watchers.

One doesn't need to join this program to control emotional meeting.
What is important is that you have support as you get rid of this habit…maybe teaming up with a friend or family member.

Losing weight is about less calories in and more calories burnt.

The key is to stay motivated. I literally had to do this for Allah. Losing weight for other reasons came secondary.

Ask yourself why you want to get rid of this habit. The why is more important than the how.



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