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Do you ever feel stuck in a binge eating cycle or a binge and starve cycle - and have trouble getting out?
Does your unhappiness around food and weight ever create a ripple effect into your day, your relationships, and your ability to do certain things with confidence?
Do you sometimes think of yourself as “good” or “bad” based upon what you ate in a day?
Do you feel shame, guilt, tired and bloated due to unhealthy eating habits?
I know how easy it can be to turn to food as a way to distract oneself from what’s going on in one’s life.
Or to use food as a way to avoid uncomfortable feelings and thoughts.
I recognize how many of us have a love/hate relationship with food.
I’ve been there - and binged on that!
I’m excited to share with you the tools which helped me to stop emotional eating - lose 20 pounds in 3 months - and keep the weight off in a permanent, lasting way.
I now feel both physically and emotionally lighter – on a daily basis.
I will show you how to shift your mindset from "I REALLY should be eating more healthy" - to automatically WANTING to eat to be my healthiest, happiest self.
If you’re stress eating, it’s not “what” you’re eating that’s the problem. It’s “why” you’re eating.
I believe WHYPOWER helps build WILLPOWER.
I will give you powerful techniques to channel your personalized WHY.
You will learn how to release the “emotional hypnosis” keeping you spellbound to overeating.
Soon you’ll wake up without regrets about what you binge ate the day before!
These tools have already successfully shredded thousands of pounds off thousands of people - in a test launch of my Emotional Eating Beta Test Course called "The Do It Program” - which received rave reviews! I’m looking forward to making you my next success story!
"Karen Salmansohn's writing is bold, playful, insightful with powerful metaphors that provoke and inspire. Her kinetic images amplify her message and take her work to a new level of experience."
- Deepak Chopra, Multiple NY Times Best Selling Author
"Salmansohn's got sass and shine! Her work sparks people to wake up, and at the same time, gives the comfort of perennial wisdom – such a divine combo. Sass and shine, in the best package!"
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"Life is full of surprise challenges – and Karen Salmansohn offers some informative research from the world of resilience psychology to help ensure you bounce back from stress and tough times stronger, better, happier!"
- Marci Shimoff, NY Times Best Selling Author, Happy for No Reason
- Nic C., Evanston, IL
"I really loved Karen Salmansohn’s video lectures from her emotional eating course - when it was called The Do It Program. I went down 10 pounds in just a few weeks - then found myself well on my with my Grand Quest (as she calls it). Karen’s lectures jumpstarted me back to spin class - and as per Karen’s direction, I renamed myself “The Spindoctor of Spinclass.” I have many, many thanks for Karen’s insights and thoughts - and for helping me to “Appreci-eat” food, as she says!"
- Rita D., Dallas, TX
"I took Karen Salmansohn’s emotional eating course when it was previously called The Do It Program. By the end of Karen’s video course I lost 9 pounds- and felt happier about myself -not just about my weight - but who I am inside. It’s now about 1 year later and I’ve lost 32 pounds in total - my goal - and I have been doing surprisingly well at not slipping back into my old habits. I think it’s because Karen not only changed how I view food -but myself. I am forever grateful."
- Susan G., Hoboken, NJ
When I was pregnant, I gained close to 90 pounds. No, I was not pregnant with a teenager. I was very much emotional eating.
My urge to stress eat continued for a few years after I gave birth - due to the stress of motherhood.
Envision this: I was shopping in a clothing store – trying on jeans – or rather, trying to try them on. I needed to ask for a bigger size.
Then I needed to ask for an even bigger-er size. I couldn't believe it. I was still up a few sizes since I gave birth to my son.
"I guess I still have more pregnancy weight to lose," I commented to the sales lady.
"Oh – you just had a baby?" she asked – all excited for me.
"Congrats! How old?"
"Um... He's two," I answered, softly.
"Two months!" she said. "They're so precious at that age!"
"Um... no, he's two years old," I corrected her.
Meaning? I guess if I was honest with myself (and the sales lady) this was no longer "pregnancy weight". It was "I eat too much crappy food" weight.
After all, I knew everything I needed to know about how to eat like a slim, healthy person.
Yet somehow there was a big gap between what I knew I should eat – and what I actually ate.
Shortly after this "Clothes Encounter of The Embarrassing Kind," I went to the doctor's for a check-up. I saw more painful proof on the scale that, yes indeed, my weight was at an all-time high.
As if that wasn't a big enough wake up call, I received a literal wake-up call – via my cellphone - from my good friend, Jonathan Fields.
"Hey Karen," his message began, "I just wanted to let you know your interview you did for The Good Life Project is up! I emailed you the link! Hope you like the video!"
I clicked the link – I was shocked to see how chunky I appeared! Yes, even though I was dressed in a mumu sweater and baggy genie pants so as to try to hide the harsh truth – this drapey affect wasn't working. At. All.
It was interesting listening to my interview with Jonathan – because, ironically, a lot of what I talked about was how disciplined I am when it comes to my writing and designing.
I became curious about the topics of willpower and emotional eating.
I've always loved researching psychological tools - then merging them into powerful life-changing tools - like with my best selling Bounce Back Book.
I started my research by going all the way back to Aristotle – then forward to Jung, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Positive Psychology strategies, neuroscience research on willpower, and stress management therapies.
I took the best of what I gleaned - then created what I call my Inner Power Tools - which double duty as Thinner Power Tools.
I personally gave these tools the most rigorous test possible: My persistent 20 pounds of weight gain.
That’s a photo of what I look like now –– 20 pounds lighter. Yep. No more mumu sweaters or baggy genie pants! I’m back in my skinny jeans!
I finally did DO IT. I lost those 20 pounds. And I lost them pretty easily. Bada Bing. Bada boom. The weight came flying off me in just 3 months!
I’m excited to show you how you too can stop emotional eating - in a lasting way!