It's not your diet that fails you, it's your mind
Most people avoid the simple truth about destructive eating habits—we allow ourselves to be victimized. Victims are people who feel powerless because they believe they have no choice—no choice but to capitulate to what
When it comes to dieting, who hasn’t experienced that all-too-familiar, devil-angel dialogue: I really shouldn’t eat this. Oh, go ahead,
We inadvertently attach ourselves to false beliefs (fictions). Take, for example, “I have no will power.” “I’m too weak.” Or, “I can’t control myself.” Althoug
Many variables contribute to destructive eating. The more aware you are of these influences, the more capable you will be of making positive adjustments.
When it comes to winning the weight loss war, Monday-morning quarterbacking is actually a good thing especially if you’re using a journal (FYI: studies show that people who use a food journal lose twic