Dec 272011
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Sponsor Spotlight: New Year’s Hoppin’ Eve Event 

If one of your New Year’s Eve resolutions is to lose weight, Dr. Roger Gould – author of the book Shrink Yourself – wants to help.
Dr. Gould focuses on helping you recognize emotional hunger and differentiate it from real hunger.  Emotional eating is eating for reasons other than your body needs, like satisfying frustrations, and can be a problem when it’s a regular occurrence.  Dr. Gould’s 12-week Shrink Yourself! online program is designed to help with this.  Watch the video below to see more about how the program can help.

If you’re wondering if you’re an emotional eater, you can take this short online assessment and check your results.
The 12-week program includes topics like Good Options for Bad Feelings, Treating Yourself Well, and Growth Without Weight Gain.  The Premium program also includes one individual expert consultation ($100 value).  An additional valuable feature: fifteen guided sessions are available 24/7 from either your PC or phone and are reusable.

Dr. Gould is sponsoring a Premium 12-week Membership (ERV $160) for one lucky winner.

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About Liza

Liza is a mom and wife living in Louisville whose family includes a toddler, high school junior, and college junior. When she's not doing the Pocoyo dance with her toddler she is either trying out new recipes and craft projects discovered on Pinterest, planning new adventures for her family, shopping on Amazon, or dreaming about Disney.
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  38 Responses to “New Year’s Hoppin’ Eve Sponsor Spotlight: Shrink Yourself!”

  1. What a great idea! The online assessment was so informative! Thanks!

  2. Thanks for the online assessment

  3. Thanks! That Online assessment was very informative to me.

  4. I think emotional eating is a huge problem and the online assessment provided some great info.

  5. thanks for the info! :) I am sure this will help out once I have the twins!

  6. This sounds like exactly what I need!

  7. I think this is what my 5 year old and her dad need!! Badly!!

  8. Great Idea!

  9. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

  10. I am an emotional eater, but I am doing better lately. Thanks for the assessment.

  11. this is really interesting…

  12. Sighs, I just ate like 15 Hershey Kisses…. I could use this lol

  13. Thanks!

  14. I need something like this

  15. hmmmm, i would like to try this.

  16. This sounds like an interesting program. I can think of a few people who could benefit from this.
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  17. I have never tried anything like this. Sounds very enlightening! Thank you for sharing this with us.

  18. it great and if you having twin you will in joy t he kids

  19. i could really use this!

  20. thanks for a chance to win…

  21. Emotional eating is not just effecting adults…but also children.
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  22. All I can say is Wow. I could really use this!

  23. Thanks for the assessment and giveaway!

  24. This is a really great idea… I would love to try it out!

    Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  25. Not positive that emotional eating is my problem, but I do need to lose weight!

  26. Definitely need to lose weight,..but its really hard..:(

  27. Thanks for the giveaway.

  28. thanks, that was great!

  29. I always wondered about the emotional part of eating. I think this is my problem!

  30. Very interesting! I'd love to lose weight this year.

  31. VERY NICE!

  32. I am not so much an emotional eater as one who just loves the richer foods in life

  33. thank you for chance to win!!

  34. Sounds like a great tool!

  35. This sounds like something that would finally work for me. Thanks for the chance to win.

  36. I think the online assessment is neat – (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

  37. Interesting stuff! Thanks!

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