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by Alisa Princy (2019-10-23)

Finally, everything seems to be falling Leptitox Review into place! You're losing some weight, things are good with your family and friends, work is good, but something is still missing. Some of you who are married understand this, remembering the time when falling in love was new and fresh. Others are still hoping to find that knight in shining armor, or the beautiful fairy princess. Still others are finding themselves single, yet again. And then there are the few who are smack in the middle of falling head over heals in love. Ahhhh. Ain't love grand! Here is the thing: falling in love is great; it's what we all want, isn't it? (Well, that and being our ideal weight, of course!) And it's not like it's up there with wishing for fame and financial security: most of the time it's first on our wish list. The thing is that it also can be a bit tricky for so many reasons and on so many levels; and for many of us, love is the crux of our problem, or perceived problem. I spend a lot of time counseling people on nutrition and the emotional aspects of why we continue to overeat and make poor nutritional choices, but the most significant emotional issues revolve around relationships. Perhaps you're in a long-term relationship and you're feeling unsatisfied, unhappy, or mistreated in some way. When you feel unhappy in a married relationship, it often follows that you overindulge in food. Then there's the person who is not in a relationship, who is striving and wishing and hoping for that special someone to enter her life and make everything perfect. Well, obviously, that person's unrealized dream will trigger overeating responses, as well. Maybe you're the single parent, perpetually trying to do it all, to catch up. You often feel the odd man out, like a throwaway person, right? The constant routine of cooking for a bunch of children who don't always appreciate your healthy, low calorie meal, make staying on track that much harder.