Pay attention to me, my body says. But do I listen?
October 18, 2013 3:05 PM Subscribe
In the years since I've been working on being an emotional eater (i.e. stuffing myself with a whole pizza in order to avoid feeling sorry for myself), I've come to a better, more mindful relationship with food. However...
posted by softlord to health & fitness (4 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I'm realizing that I don't really have a great relationship with some of the body triggers that others are able to pick up on and act on. I often don't notice when I'm hungry, I wont necessarily stop eating when I'm full, and I'll look up and realize that I've had to pee for the past three hours even though I'm mere feet from the bathroom.
As you can imagine this is not great for my health, but I'm not actually sure what to do to be more mindful of these triggers.
Do "normal" people just go pee when they have a full bladder? How can I be more like that?