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10 Ways to Take Back the Holidays from Ed – Jenni Schaefer

Joy to the food! Actually, many people struggle during the holiday season because of various eating habits that are beyond their control. Millins of people across the U.S. Struggle with weight gain or obsessive weight control, during the season of sharing. The sharing involved doesn’t have to be horrifying for people struggling with these afflictions. A solid plan put in place to help urges, are available to us and will go along way in keeping us healthy and safe.

Key Takeaways:

  • For each holiday celebration, select a designated person for support and accountability.
  • If picking up the phone to make a support call is sometimes too difficult for you, maybe you can at least send a short text—like SOS
  • If you fall down this holiday season, pick yourself back up right away. Most importantly, hold onto the hope for a full recovery

“And, in the end, it doesn’t matter what Ed says or does. What matters is how you respond to him.”


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