Some time ago, I did, too. And I know it can be a cause of too much frustration, anger, disappointment, self-loathing and so many other negative feelings.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. I’m not saying that it can be easy. It’s a difficult road with lots of bumps along the way. But if this road is traveled with the right mindset, it can become so much more worthwhile, rewarding and even pleasant.
Below you can find all my posts about my own weight loss thinking strategies and ways to create your own. I really hope you’ll find them useful and they’ll help you prepare your battle against weight, boost your self-confidence and earn back your health and your quality of life.
Disclaimer: I am not a cognitive psychology specialist and I have no intention of substituting or replacing the experts. The opinions and advice shared here are based on my own personal experience with diets and weight loss, the known stories of friends and relatives and the numerous discussions I’ve had for years with people from online communities who have been through the same weight loss adventures.