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Mayo Clinic: “Weight Loss: Gain Control of Emotional Eating,” “Meditation: A Simple, Fast Way to Reduce Stress,” “Weight-loss Basics,” “Stress symptoms: Effects on your body and behavior.”
Michigan State University Extension: “Reconnect with your hunger cues.”
American Psychological Association: “Five Tips To Help Manage Stress,” “Stress and Exercise,” “Stress in America: Coping With Change.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Five Strategies To Help You Stop Emotional Eating,” “Tis the Season: Eat This, Don’t Stress About That.”
Harvard Medical School: “Adopt Good Sleep Habits,” “Sleep and Mood.”
National Sleep Foundation: “How to Design the Perfect Bedtime Routine.”
TeensHealth/Nemours: “Understanding Your Emotions.”
The Journal of Positive Psychology: “Everyday Creative Activity as a Path to Flourishing.”
KidsHealth/Nemours: “Helping Kids Cope With Stress.”
TeensHealth: “Dealing With Difficult Emotions,” “Three Ways to Practice Gratitude.” “Emotional Eating.”
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: “Counting Blessings Versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-being in Daily Life.”
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