In part 2 of our series, Jenny Mire explained the definition of emotional eating and its ramifications for our overall health. She provided scenarios where emotional eating is considered manageable and situations where it becomes an eating disorder. She also explains why it mostly affects women and offered tips to stop emotional eating even before it starts.
In this episode, Jenny focuses on the topic of self-sabotage. She defines self-sabotage and how it can negatively affect not just our physical health, but also our mental well-being. She shares her story, her struggles, and the many solutions she found that helped her overcome them. She also explains the importance of knowing what your struggles are to keep yourself from self-sabotaging.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- What self-sabotage is and why you don’t realize you’re doing it.
- How does self-sabotage happen?
- How to you work through self-sabotage and overcome it.
- Finding your triggers and why you have to let people know about them.
- What you can tell yourself to prevent self-sabotage.
- Even if you can only workout 20 minutes, you’re still doing something. It still counts and it’s much better than doing nothing at all.
- Missing one workout is not the same as missing five workouts.
- You have to take care of yourself first before you go stress your body out more by exercising.
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