EFT for Stress Eating

Got stress? Most people do . . . and it’s easy to reach for food or some other substance to deal with it.

Feeling the need for chocolate?

Take a look at the sources of stress in your life, and see if your list has increased or intensified in some way. For instance, I’ve been doing some home remodeling lately — I underestimated how stressful it would be. When I took a survey of all of the changes we were making at one time — no wonder I was feeling the pressure! Fortunately, I didn’t reach for food, but I did lose sleep over it.

Make EFT a practice!

With EFT, it’s best to tap daily before stress builds up.

Even simple, general statements can do some good when practiced on a daily basis. These statements helped me get through my recent home remodeling project:

Even though I’m making a lot of changes, I deeply and completely accept myself.
Even though some of these changes are hard and stressful, I know I can adapt.
Even though this process is far more difficult than I anticipated, I know I’ll get through it.
Even though I feel like I’m making the wrong decisions, I deeply love and accept myself anyway.

Tapping every night after the workers left helped me to calm down and sleep better.

To read more on EFT for Anxiety (and managing my home remodeling project), go to: http://www.StopAnxietyWithEFT.com 

Carol Solomon
Psychologist, Master Certified Coach and Certified EFT Practitioner, Dr. Carol Solomon is one of the world’s leading experts in using Emotional Freedom Techniques to help people lose weight without dieting, stop binge eating, and reduce anxiety and stress. She is the author of 4 Books on Emotional Freedom Techniques, the EFT Tips Newsletter, the Binge Eating Teleseminar and the EFT Weight Loss CD. Carol has a thriving coaching practice and is passionate about helping others succeed.
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  1. Hi Carol,
    Even though these statements were for your house I could definitely use them in my own personal development process. You said it better than anything I could have said! Thanks.

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