You’ll want to be sure to record the information that is most helpful to you personally.
- Food and emotions can be tightly intertwined. Learning to “feel through” emotional situations rather than numbing with food is an important skill to develop. Recording your emotions can help you to identify some of the feelings that you’re experiencing. For example, if you feel that you really need some chocolate, ask yourself what you are feeling at the moment. You may find stress, anger, loneliness, sadness, joy or other feelings that may best be resolved in another way.