2 thoughts on “The TV Can’t Tell You When Dinner is Over

  • March 25, 2011 at 8:43 am

    Sophie,
    While it’s a fine idea — tuning out all the conflicting messages — it’s a tad ambitious. Might I suggest the more realistic goal of simply acknowledging the mixed messages, then (re)committing to taking a kinder, gentler stance toward your diet, your body… your whole self.
    Jean Fain, LICS, MSW
    Author, “The Self-Compassion Diet”

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    • March 25, 2011 at 9:43 am

      Yes, but my hope is that acknowledging the mixed messages is the first step to being able to shut them out to some extent. It never really occurred to me that I kept eating until a TV show is over, but I think I had been doing that. Now I stop and think.

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