Aug 28, 2018
This week’s episode is super important because I’m talking about why it is necessary to stop approaching this process of changing habits and losing weight from the perspective of your former dieter self. As long as you keep looking at it from that perspective, you’re going to get in your own way and not succeed.
Changing your relationship with food and eating means you have to get rid of a bunch of old habits that you might not even realize you have, and establish a bunch of new habits that will serve your weight loss goals and make you healthier and lighter in more ways than the obvious one.
The thing about breaking habits or establishing new ones is that it is a process. It doesn’t happen overnight. Once it DOES happen, everything gets so much easier because you don’t even have to think about your habits.
The good news is that all habits can be changed.
But you aren’t going to do it perfectly at first.
Listen to learn how to gauge your progress on your weight goals in a way that will prevent you from becoming discouraged and giving up.
Registration is OPEN for Weight Loss for Foodies Group Program! If you wantto learn everything you need to know to lose weight without diets and deprivation, learn how to stop emotional eating and even lose your desire to overeat, you won’t want to miss this! This program can transform your relationship with food and eating forever! I keep the group small and provide lots of individual attention and support, so grab your space now! Go to sharibroder.com under “work with me” or click the link in the show notes.
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