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In this video, therapist, wellness coach and YourTango Expert Kris Henderson offers ways to to cope with negative emotions without sacrificing your nutritional health, explaining that emotional eating is a vicious cycle: you eat because you feel bad and then you feel worse because you eat.
"The first thing I want you to do," says Kris, "is ask yourself if you're physically hungry." Body Image: Help! My Skinny Friend Thinks She's Fat
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