Comfort Eating Only Makes You Feel More Crap About Yourself
I used to be a massive comfort eater, or emotional eater.
Feeling tired, feeling sad, feeling angry, feeling stressed, it all just reverted to sweets and sugar, or even a whole pack of biscuits.read more
I’ve always enjoyed being active and exercising.
However, very often, I just didn’t do anything.
The number of gym memberships I never used is quite scary.
I was too lazy, couldn’t be bothered, and just didn’t make it a priority.read more
This was a massive one for me, and I know it’s a massive one for my clients as well.
I always used to blame the past for where I was at.
Of course, what I did in the past, e.g. overeating, eating crap and not exercising regularly, and just not taking care of myself lead me to being overweight.read more
It was never something I had thought about, and I don’t mean that I totally became a different person.
However, there are so many things I do differently that if I look back at the person I am now, and the person I was then, I’m very different.read more
Well, this is actually divided in 2 periods.
The period while you are losing the weight, and what happens after that.
If I have to be honest, I don’t think I ever thought about what’s happening after I will have lost the weight.read more
I used to be fascinated by programmes such as The Biggest Loser and A Year to Save my Life.
I still watch them once in a while.
Most of the people on the programme lose 4-10lbs and sometimes even more on a weekly basis!read more
Low fat, light, lite, diet, it has to be healthy no? After all, it’s less calories.read more
Time after time, I used to have a good week. I ate well, I went to the gym, and boom, I thought I deserved a bag of sweets, after all, I did so well that week.read more
We’re all influenced by the media, and what we perceive as the “perfect body”.
Slim legs, toned arms, a nice small bum, and a flat tummy (I won’t even go as far as a six pack).
It’s something, we as women somehow all aspire to, and are made to belief that it’s the ideal.read more
I’ve always been very harsh on myself.
At school, was a good pupil, and if I struggled with something, I used to study a lot to get it right, and have good grades.
Same at uni.
And later on workwise, I always wanted to be successful. Be the best. Overachieve on targets, and working in sales, it was a great environment for me.
I rarely missed a target.
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