The first week of January has been dubbed Diet Resolution Week. Losing weight is one of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions, along with eating healthier and getting fit. In […]
Practicing self-care starts with getting enough sleep, drinking enough water, eating healthy and exercising often, but it goes far beyond that. From a Choice Theory® perspective, self-care involves making sure […]
There are all kinds of information available about weight loss. If people have access to this information, then why is losing weight so difficult? For those of us who have […]
As the world prepares to flip their calendars from 2016 to 2017, how will you prepare? Many people will celebrate by partying long into the night, watching the ball drop […]
Q: Why do I love food so much?
A: It isn’t that you love food as much as it’s that you’re not in touch with your soul (not sole) reason for wanting to eat differently. Food has one purpose . . . to provide food for your body. When you expect it to do more, calm you, soothe you, love you then you are having an unhealthy relationship with food.
There are 4 1/2 ways to change a habit. Learn what they are and apply one or more to the changes you are trying to make in 2012.
How many times have you attempted to lose weight only to gain it and more back again? Are you tired of being on a diet? Wonder what makes this program […]
Q: How does a person stay motivated to continue on a weight loss path after working the program for a few months? A: This is an excellent question. Commonsense tells […]
When Food Is Love: Exploring the Relationship Between Eating and Intimacy by Geneen Roth This is an excellent book for people who believe their eating issues may spring from trauma […]
I believe that anytime we make an attempt to change our current habitual behavior, we must scrutinize that behavior and all the benefit we get out of doing things the […]