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reported that she lives in the Toledo neighborhood on Cortez Road, which is within walking distance of the ocean.The same blog had speculated back in 2012 that Casey Anthony was living in a home on Cortez Road owned by Patrick Mc Kenna, who has quite a reputation in the private investigation world.“It would make sense for Anthony to hang out with Mc Kenna.It’s about resilience.“Your brain is a bit like a computer and we learn habits, such as how to open a door, and then store the program for that habit in our subconscious mind to allow us to do it automatically in future.Otherwise we’d have to learn how to go in and out of a room every day.“Emotional eating is no different as it is usually something people have learned to do as a response to their life.“If you come from a family which self-medicates with food then you are likely to pick that up. We have highlighted the most popular questions asked in the FAQ area below.
Weight loss is a behavioural issue.”However he is keen to reiterate that any technique isn’t a fix-all solution and that it is still important to experience emotions.“If someone dies, like my dad, I shouldn’t just go and squash that emotion because I love my dad and should feel sad. It’s important to have a sense of value.”Freedom From Emotional Eating by Paul Mc Kenna (£12.99, Bantam Press).This is followed by conjuring up a more pleasant image such as lying on a sunny beach and a series of actions which include repeatedly tapping the collarbone, opening and closing the eyes and stroking the upper arms.The theory is that the technique “resets” the brain by breaking the link between a traumatic event and the emotions associated with it, allowing you to detach yourself from any negative feeling and instead view the event neutrally.When Paul’s father Bill died in 2011 he used a type of therapy called Havening, which claims to help heal the minds of people who have experienced severe trauma, to stem the depressive thoughts and feelings he was experiencing.“My father died very suddenly, then several friends died within a few months, one after the other, and then my dog died,” says Paul, 50, who aided actor David Walliams with his gruelling swim across the English Channel and comedian Russell Brand to conquer his addictions.“When you get a succession of bereavements it is much harder to get through.People always say to me, ‘you don’t have any problems’ but I don’t have a perfect life.“I have problems just like everybody else.