Is emotional eating preventing you from reaching your goals, hopes, and dreams? Where do you turn for help and how can you overcome this pattern? In this week’s episode of Life Lessons, Gin and Sheri are joined by Jessica Procini, a woman who was led to help others overcome their emotional eating after learning how to get to the root of her own emotional eating struggles.
Jessica is on a mission to help other women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe, or attempt to escape their busy, stressful lives.
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Go to innerwork.me to take Jessica’s quiz
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