Do you feel like you end up saying yes all the time when instead you're thinking to yourself, "No, I don't want to do it?"
Are you way overcommitted and you don't have enough time for yourself and you're so stressed out by everything you're supposed to be doing?
I know that people who are struggling with out of control eating issues often say yes to everyone all the time.
They take on everything even though it's too much. And it ends up being a huge stressor.
What do people struggling with out of control eating do when they're stressed? They eat.
If you wanna stop your emotional eating, your binge eating, then I want you to think about, "Where can I say ’no' more often?"
It is always socially acceptable to tell someone, "No, that doesn't fit into my schedule."
There's so many ways to say no without hurting someone else or yourself.
I find all the time that my students don't want hurt other people's feelings, so instead they do thing they don't want to do which in turn ends up hurting themselves.
I want to support you to value yourself first, as they like to say on the airplane, to put on your own oxygen mask first and then help other people with their masks.
Today for your tiny action, I want you to really think about what is one area of your life where you need to say no more often, and then do it.
It is okay to create boundaries. In fact, if you want to find freedom from out-of-control you will need to create boundaries.
I support you to say “no" more.
Say NO more!