The internationally bestselling Self-Coaching book series offers a revolutionary, new approach to alleviating life struggles. Whether you're dealing with anxiety, depression, panic, relationship difficulties, or losing weight, Self-Coaching is a proven way of achieving the life you want--the life you deserve.
Combining powerful, cognitive psychological techniques with motivational coaching and a powerful, three-step technique called Self-Talk, you'll learn to develop the psychological muscle necessary to overcome the knee-jerk habits of insecurity that have been ruining and ruling your life.
Why not recognize that the friction you feel is a clue that you've drifted away from your natural and spontaneous center, your capacity for genuine happiness. Self-Coaching can bring you back to where your life begins to make sense, where you begin to flow effortlessly with life rather than desperately battling it.
You will also learn how to:
- Recognize anxiety, depression, panic, unhappiness, lack of success, fear, and relationship conflict, are merely habits--habits that can be broken.
- Replace faulty thinking associated with insecurity with healthy, fact-based thinking and awareness
- Coach, motivate, and train your brain to eliminate the three most common elements of all emotional struggle: doubts, fears, and negative thinking.
You probably know the foods that historically have sabotaged your weight loss efforts in the past. We call these "trigger foods" because they trigger destructive eating. Certain trigger foods should be approached with the same level of awareness and degree of caution that you might show any drug. No one has to tell you the power of go-to, comfort food. Think back to a time when you feverishly attacked a bag of chips or shoveled ice cream into your mouth with reckless abandon—times when you felt you just couldn’t “get enough.” Whether we call it addictive or compulsive behavior doesn’t matter. Let’s simply agree that for you, for me, and for everyone, certain foods can be particularly challenging to your intentions to achieve weight mastery.
The question is: Do you need to abstain from these foods? That’s for you to decide. I know that if I start down an old, familiar path of impulsive (which often leads to compulsive) eating with certain highly palatable food, it’s not long before my cravings migrate to other destructive choices. I’ve found that, for me, being abstinent with certain trigger foods makes everything else easier.
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Thin From Within
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What You Need to Know About Weight Mastery