Did You Overeat this Weekend?

Do you suffer from the barbeque binge? Holiday weekends can sometimes be a trigger for our worst eating habits. Obsessing over food like many other addictive behaviors is just another way of numbing out and avoiding un-felt pain, blocked emotions, or a true experience of life.

Everyone faces their relationship to food in unique ways. Some people obsess over every calorie, whereas others have no boundaries whatsoever. Whether you overeat out of boredom or you donít eat out of fear, there is a spiritual condition that needs to be addressed.

Admittedly, I still struggle with my relationship to food and in this vlog I share some of my tips for recovery. Feel free to share your experiences with me in the comments below. Outing your ego is the first step in the healing process.

If youíre interested in this topic and want to deepen the conversation then join me next week for the start of my new course, Finally Full: A Workshop on Spirituality and Food.

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Fred Hoekstra
Fred Hoekstra2 years ago

Thank you Gabby, for Sharing this!

Natasha Salgado
Natasha Salgado2 years ago

No---but if near that point I'd bathe in a tub of ice! Thanks

PrimaAWAY B.
PrimaAWAY B.2 years ago

No overeating for me.

Thanks for the post...

tin leng lim
tin leng lim2 years ago

Always overeat until I get sick this week.

Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener2 years ago


Michael H.
Mike H.2 years ago


Anna Undebeck
Anna Undebeck2 years ago

I actually did(and do from time to time), a bit, but too much anyway, not last weekend though, but last night and the day before that. So glad I dont gain any weight though ;) Ty for sharing!

Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne Rogers2 years ago

thanks for sharing

Nicole W.
Nicole W.2 years ago

thank you for posting

Ro H.
Ro H.2 years ago