Focus on becoming more of you, instead of less, and break the cycle of dieting that has nothing to do with food.
The New Year is here and as usual, you’re busy with plans to shape up and slim down!
You’re buying new workout clothes and picking out just the right shoes.
You are ready for 2017 to be different!
But what if I told you that you were going about it all wrong? What if I asked you to actually set aside those plans for the moment?
Here’s why. Most of us had anything but an ideal childhood. We were likely surrounded by the twins, Trauma and Drama, who were always questioning our worth and making us feel as if we weren’t good enough. Over a decade ago, I found myself on the floor of my apartment, considering whether to end my own life. I had a crystal-clear moment of understanding that led me to one last-ditch effort to recover my own health. And through my research and studies, I found that good health — and weight loss — are not about food.
Right now, many of us are eating to fill a void — a placeholder for something we want but don’t yet have. There isn’t enough food in the world to fill that void.
The real reason it’s hard to lose weight is so much deeper than choosing the right diet or staying on the bandwagon. We focus on the body and ignore the soul. In other words, we only treat the symptoms, and diet and exercise won’t fix the problem. In fact, they contribute to the problem by leaving you hungry, frustrated, and feeling more hopeless than ever.
It doesn’t have to be this way. You can examine those cravings and find out what you’re really hungry for — and feed your soul — with six steps that make up The HUNGRY Method.
Whether it’s January or whenever you are ready to do something different, heal old wounds, and step into that greatness that’s reserved for you, it’s time to get started. Cheers to a new year of trying new things and becoming more you!
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