Emotional Eating ClassFrom 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Finding it hard to control your eating the way you’d like? Come join in for 3, 6, or 9 weeks (your choice) as we explore together the forces that challenge our best intentions and what we can do to prevail. Learn how emotional and spiritual deprivations may contribute to overeating. Discover new ways to fulfill yourself, so that you aren’t stuck turning to food as the easiest option. Support each other in becoming more of our true selves! These classes are based on techniques offered by Frank Minirth, author of Love Hunger, and four other doctors from their experience in their own practices. Class will take place on Mondays at 6 p.m. beginning March 13 and will meet in the Upstairs Green Room. Class Schedule Weeks 1-3: “The Basics: Why food is addictive, and how it captures us” Weeks 4-6: “Fighting Back: Six techniques for increasing emotional/spiritual health without emotional eating” Weeks 7-9: “Going the Extra Mile: Four more techniques, plus a personal plan for achieving individual goals” You may join the class for three, six or nine Mondays. The cost is $15 for the first 3 weeks, $25 for first 6 weeks, or $30 for all 9 weeks. Registration is required. Click here to complete the Google Form for online registration and pay by clicking the Paypal button below (you must enter the amount and the name of the course), or visit the Parish Office to fill out a form and pay by cash, check, or credit card. You’ll need the book Love Hunger (buy yourself, locally or online). Enrollment limited, to keep the experience highly personal. There will be the possibility of an additional version of the class on Tuesday afternoons if there’s enough interest. All men and women welcome! The class is facilitated by Chris Soutter. Please email Chris at email@example.com with any other questions, including inquiries on partial scholarships.
- Weeks 1-3: “The Basics: Why food is addictive, and how it captures us”
- Weeks 4-6: “Fighting Back: Six techniques for increasing emotional/spiritual health without emotional eating”
- Weeks 7-9: “Going the Extra Mile: Four more techniques, plus a personal plan for achieving individual goals”