Friday, September 4, 2009

Recycled Advice for Emotional Eating

If you've been following my blog posts very long you'll get a laugh from this article that appeared in U.S. News and World Report titled Need To Lose Weight? Ten Ways to Conquer Emotional Eating. Here they are.

Try blogging or signing up for Facebook or MySpace.

Squeeze bubble wrap.


Be a realist instead of a perfectionist.

Build up a regular sweat.

Be your own masseuse.

Head for the mall.

Make a "bucket list."

Explore cyberspace.

Let your furry friend give you unconditional love.

What does any of this have to do with emotions? Hey, not that it's not good advice for new activities, but it only provides activities to hopefully mask emotion or a diversion. But won't the diversions create a whole new set of emotions with which to deal? I can't believe such a simplistic article got published in a national magazine. What do you think?

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