Clare writes about diets and emotional eating for the Gazette

Diets Dont Address Emotional Eating

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Diets don’t address emotional eating, so they fail

Feb. 7 has come and gone — and that’s a good thing. According to Psychology Today, this is the day that most of us are likely to ditch our New Year’s resolution to diet and exercise as we lose our “willpower” not to eat that piece of cake or skip that workout.

There has to be a better way to lose weight. In fact, there is — it’s just not the quick and easy fix we all seem to crave.

- Read the full article on the Montreal Gazette

Clare discusses the WISE program on Global TV

WISE Philosophy creator Clare Lord was on Jamie Orchard’s “Focus Montreal” show on Global TV to talk about her wellness program for emotional eaters along with former group member Marilyn Meikle.

Clare and "Men Get Pregnant Too" examine the relationship between parents, children & food

Wise and Men Get Pregant Too

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Parents, Children & Food: A Complicated Relationship

I was listening intently to a radio interview with Clare Lord of WISE Philosophy, a program she founded "for emotional eaters who misuse food to numb and avoid uncomfortable feelings." I was curious about how a parent who was an emotional eater may pass some of those nutritional habits - as well some as those emotional scars - on to their children.

I spoke to Clare directly. The answers she had for me were startling. Not only do I now have a new perspective on disordered eating, I am also now more aware of how, as a parent, I should be careful of how I use food in my own household. First, I wanted to understand how men and women (mothers and fathers) have developed different self-images where weight is concerned.

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Clare discusses body image with Laurie Betito on CJAD