Emotional Eating

December 30, 2020

Do you feel trapped in a cycle of emotional overeating? Do you find that you sometimes eat when you don’t even want to or eat more than you intended to only to regret it later? Mama, you are so normal. Your brain is working exactly as it was designed to work only… it’s not helping. 

Sterling explains why our brains are so primed for emotional eating and how we can be compassionate to ourselves and stop giving in to the strong urge to overeat.


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Hello, mamas, and welcome to episode nine of the made for greatness podcast. I’m Sterling Jay. And today I’m going to be talking about weight loss. And as I was planning this episode, I thought like, how could I talk about weight loss in a way that is interesting to women who don’t want to lose weight? So hang with me because that was my goal for this episode, that it would be powerful for both women who have struggled with overeating for most of their lives and are carrying a lot of extra weight, or just find in general that they don’t have freedom around food, but I’m also going to be sharing some principles that helped me along my weight loss journey that could apply to someone who isn’t struggling with their weight and doesn’t struggle with overeating or stress eating. Okay. So as most of you know, I lost 70 pounds in 2020.


Lorissa Horn & Sterling Jaquith

Sterling and Lorissa are very different moms. Lorissa lives in town, her family loves playing baseball, and she’s proud to send them to Catholic school. Sterling lives in the country, her family loves camping, and she unschools the kids.

The thing these women have in common, an unyielding devotion to Christ. Seriously, if you hang out with either of them, they’re gonna talk about Jesus, a lot. He’s the center of their life.


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