Obesity is much more than a physical problem. If you are obese, you’ve probably had trouble with:
• Depression and or anxiety
• Wondering what others were thinking, or worse, being sure you know what they’re thinking.
• Overthinking and rumination about yourself and others
• Hopelessness and settling for less
Physicians know this, but are usually too busy to talk about any of it. They’re too busy telling you to eat less and move more. It’s supposed to be “just that simple.”
Heard it before?
So you try. You lose a few pounds—only to gain it all back. Or worse, you overshoot and gain even more weight. That’s more than a just simple rut. “Trying” is simply a setup for "fail, succeed, and then fail even worse."
Have you thought that maybe, just maybe, you’re missing something?
Sure it’s what you eat. Of course it’s how you move. But just think. How strong is a wall without the mortar between the bricks?
People who have successfully lost weight consistently report:
• Increased energy
• Loving life
Everyone is tricked into believing the lies: First comes weight loss, then comes happiness. Life will finally be good. Life finally changes.
But the opposite is true in every single success story. Life change brings about the metamorphosis. The Olympic powerlifter isn’t simply born one. He grows up, lifts weights, and becomes strong.
Tap your potential, and change your life. It’s through changing your life that weight loss happens. This book, told as an engaging story, brilliantly shows how one can overcome. How you can overcome. Not just obesity, but everything that comes with it.
Strict diets and mind-numbing calorie counting fall before an approach that embraces love and hope, a worry-free approach to losing weight the healthy way.
• Imagine never:
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