How Emo­tions Im­pact Our Re­la­tion­ship with Food

Global Times – Metro Beijing - - STRATEGIST -

We need to eat, and some peo­ple eat to live while oth­ers strug­gle to eat well. This isn’t due to lack of food, but due to the emo­tional dy­nam­ics sur­round­ing one’s re­la­tion­ship with food. Be­ing aware of the emo­tional pat­terns that might be in­flu­enc­ing your eat­ing habits takes work and self-aware­ness. We are of­fer­ing an op­por­tu­nity for you to be­come more mind­ful of your eat­ing style. In this sem­i­nar, you will learn to con­sider the dif­fer­ent as­pects of food re­lated chal­lenges, ex­plore why they oc­cur and what can be done to be­gin the process of cre­at­ing a health­ier re­la­tion­ship with food and your­self. This sem­i­nar will be pre­sented by Theo Cope, a psy­chol­o­gist and psy­chother­a­pist who prac­tices here in Bei­jing and helps peo­ple with eat­ing dis­or­ders. There will be an open dis­cus­sion as well, so please be ready to ask ques­tions, share what you feel com­fort­able, and ex­plore health­ier eat­ing habits. When: De­cem­ber 12, 7 pm-9 pm Where: Bei­jing Mind­ful­ness Cen­tre, 44 Qian Yongkang Hu­tong, Dongcheng dis­trict

Cost: 250 yuan

Con­tact: https://jin­shuju.net/f/KoFBG9

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