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Food Cravings: Taking Back the Power

What Are Your Food Cravings Like?

To learn more, ask yourself:

  • Do my food cravings follow the steps described in the article? If not, how are they different?
  • If the "void" described in the article is part of my food craving experience, how big a part is it? What do I think it could mean?
  • How do I feel if I can't eat the food I crave as quickly as I want to? How much of what I feel then is based on things I know are true (such as hunger or stress)?
  • Does the craving go away on its own if I don't eat the food? If not, what do I do about it?
  • How would I describe my "relationship" with food compared to my relationships with other people? In general, which is stronger?

 

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