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Sarah Jenks
Sarah Jenks is a weight loss and life coach and founder of Live More Weigh Less, as seen in Forbes, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Daily Love and the Knot. Sarah believes that the only way to lose weight is to create a life full of romance, play and joie de vivre. To get instant support from Sarah, leave a comment on her blog at and check out her free video training series at

Entries by Sarah Jenks

The Truth About Sex and Your Weight

(21) Comments | Posted September 5, 2013 | 3:12 PM

I used to be incredibly embarrassed by how little I had sex with my very hot, loving, totally-jacked boyfriend. At 24 years old we were lucky if we did it every other week, and even luckier if we were sober. I was just so embarrassed by my body that I...

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5 Signs You're an Emotional Eater and What to Do About It

(86) Comments | Posted April 9, 2013 | 8:23 AM

I started counting Weight Watcher points when I was 12 years old. By the fourth day, I was polishing off a sleeve of Thin Mints under my bed. I remembered the leader telling me it was all about willpower -- I guess I needed to work on that.


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Is Your Future Mother-In-Law Making You Fat?

(24) Comments | Posted May 10, 2012 | 8:26 PM

When you first get engaged, you're one big ball of bliss. And you're so hypnotized by that rock on your finger that you can't imagine why brides complain of getting stressed out.

Then you start looking for a venue and planning the rehearsal dinner and all of...

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Party Your Way Into Your Wedding Dress

(5) Comments | Posted February 17, 2012 | 6:07 PM

I want to explain to you a simple mind-set shift that will have a profound effect on the way you think about weight loss for the rest of your life.

As a weight loss coach and emotional eating expert, I have learned that women who learn to...

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The Drive to be Thin: A Misguided Goal or a Higher Purpose?

(10) Comments | Posted January 11, 2012 | 12:13 PM

When Julia walked into my home for her first coaching session, she was stiff and quiet. She held her arms over her stomach to appear as small as possible and spoke quietly as to not draw attention to herself.

The women who sign up for my Breathtaking...

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