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Shrink Yourself blogger Dr. Roger Gould is one of the world’s leading authorities on emotional eating. He has helped thousands reclaim their power over food by conquering emotional eating, the number one cause of weight gain. Dr. Gould’s approach has been the subject of seven scientific studies.

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Shrink Yourself
by Dr. Roger Gould, Emotional eating expert

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3 Ways To Bounce Back After A Binge
posted @ 6:00am ET on March 17, 2014 In past posts, I've discussed ways to prevent a binge. Binge Eating is very common, and I'm here to reassure you that you can in fact stop the ...
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The Safety Layer: How Fat Makes You Feel Safe
posted @ 6:00am ET on December 9, 2013 Do your feel protected by your extra weight? Do you feel safer when all eyes are NOT on you? Do you binge when you're asked to take a risk or put ...
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The 12 Types of Holiday Eating & Tips to Help
posted @ 6:00am ET on December 2, 2013 It might seem like holiday eating comes from the fact that delicious foods are readily accessible almost everywhere you go, but that is a small part ...
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5 Ways To Stop Eating Over Financial Stress
posted @ 7:00am ET on October 14, 2013 Years ago I did a study of 10,000 dieters. Ninety-five percent of them broke their diets because of stress. Since financial concerns are one of the ...
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3 Ways To Kick Food Addiction
posted @ 6:30am ET on October 7, 2013 Dr. David Kessler, the Harvard educated scientist who led the government's attack on the tobacco industry has taken a shot at food. His book The End ...
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Overeating? Come To Your Senses
posted @ 6:40am ET on August 5, 2013 Everyone talks about the benefits of eating a sensible diet. However, few think about the fact the root of the word sensible is sens, meaning "to ...
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