Overcoming Overeating

Overcoming Overeating

Overeating and the void Overeating is a double pain. Pain 1 is whatever drives us to overeat in the first place. I call this the void.Pain 2 is the excess weight which is a result of the overeating. If you’ve tried to overcome overeating before, chances are you’ve...

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Why we become and stay fat

Why we become and stay fat

For many of us who struggle with our weight we are stuck in what feels like a never ending loop. I call this loop The Struggle Cycle, and it looks like this…. Stage 1 - I’m fat and I need something to fix me stat! I’ve reached the point where I can’t stand myself any...

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What doesn’t work to lose weight

What doesn’t work to lose weight

Lack of taking consistent action - Many people don’t take consistent daily action. Instead they’re flipping from diet to diet, never sticking with anything, being sure the answer is always in the next thing. Why do they do this? Because they think they have to change...

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What DOES work to lose weight

What DOES work to lose weight

1.Loving/accepting your body. I’m hopeful that one day society will talk about body acceptance, body confidence, celebrating the body you have, and that all different body types and shapes will be celebrated. For example, I’m an endomorph. I have a strong solid body...

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Why lose weight?

Why lose weight?

The dieting industry is a multi billion dollar industry. So much money is literally going down the drain with people investing and not getting a return. Not only money, but all that time and energy trying to get a result, only to end up feeling even more shit about...

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Table of Other Approaches:

Table of Other Approaches:

When people come to see me, it's ususally becuase they've tried numerous other weight loss programs without lasting success.  Here are the main approaches people have usually expereinced,  with what I consider to be the upsides/strengths and downsides/weaknesses of...

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What is Over-Giving?

What is Over-Giving?

Psychology today defines an over-giver as a person who gives till it hurts and often ends up hurt in the process. gives and gives and gives and gets very little in return. gives for the wrong reasons. What is the difference between over-giving and being generous?...

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The Long Game

The Long Game

1.The biggest lie I see my colleagues peddling is once you’ve reached your goal weight the journey's over. You don’t need to work at it anymore. You're magically ‘fixed’ and won’t struggle with your weight again. Whereas I believe reaching your goal weight is really...

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