Eating My Stress for Breakfast and Lunch...and Second Lunch: Part 1

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I almost hesitate to write about this because it ultimately means I have a flaw and you know that as humans, we absolutely hate admitting to ourselves, much less others, about our flaws. I'm also an ISFJ and we don't really like opening up about our true feelings. But it's time to chat: for the past six or seven months I've been engaging in more emotional eating than I care to admit.I know exactly when and where it started, with an office change. . . .

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