You can STOP over eating!
2nd June, 2010
Some people say...
Work pressures make me do it!
My relationship makes me eat!
I eat too much because of stresses in my life!
Whatever your reasons for over eating you feel pretty helpless when things appear beyond your control. You feel like ‘It’s happening to you’ and you are stuck in this nightmare, just screaming to get out of the weight gain and weight loss cycle. It's soul destroying and it can all be so different!
So what if we can all take responsibility, now, for our results. Imagine you have all the skills to have a great relationship with you and your food! The best way to achieve excellent results is by working with the right person, who will support your efforts to reach outstanding success and help to stop excuses from ruining results. You can learn to look at this differently and find out how to take responsibility for your own personal behaviours and outcomes, how good is that! The best news is that you can have a strategy for dealing with life and food, for life!
Clients will commonly speak about weight gain and loss spanning years and years. The motivation for weight loss dwindling as the expectations that weight loss would bring fail to materialise...
He didn’t love me more when I was thinner!
I didn’t get the job when I lost weight!
I don't 'feel' better!
Imagine how it will be when you discover that you can take responsibility for your outcomes and set really smart and achievable weight loss goals. You can do what other clients have done, manage weight, manage life and be the success you are meant to be!
Learn why weight loss isn't achievable for many, long term when they diet and learn how you can be different! Taking responsibility for what we achieve is totally empowering, whenever you choose to do it, do it for you, now!
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