Have you ever tried to reduce body weight with certain diets and foundered?
If you respond yes to that problem, that means you are approaching weight loss with a system that doesn’t help.
Depreciation is not an atmosphere of pass / run aground. It is indeed this behavior that makes many people give up on their dreams to lower body weight.
How many times have you heard people say
“I’m trying to lower body weight on that diet, but I can’t maintain it”
“I don’t have the determination to always carry out that diet, so I give up”
Why do people have this kind of dialogue? That’s a fragment of the “diet” culture. The system of most diets being promoted is by treating a diet like a test. You can lower body weight or not. If you are successful, try well. When you run aground, sorry, fate is not good. And people who don’t stick to the diet are “cheats”.
But the same kind of thing we don’t want to brush our teeth once and think that if our teeth are clean for the rest of our lives, we should not look at the absence of body weight like the occurrence of one of them that we miss or run aground.
Managing your body weight is a process. This is something you need to learn, like a child learning to ride a bicycle. When a child learns to ride a bicycle, we don’t tell them if they have run aground when they fall. We urge them to wake up and try again. It is true that children are very rare who start riding bicycles when at first they go up. Likewise, if you want to change your system to control body weight, you want to make some mistakes before doing it correctly.
Therefore, this is not a failure when you carry out mistakes in the diet. This is a meaningful fragment of the process of creating a system to manage your body weight successfully.
As well as fragments of this process listed to be flexible with your approach. Not all procedures work for all people. We are all different. Therefore a very flexible approach might be great for success. So, you must try a different strategy.
Don’t keep all of your eggs in one basket and after that give up when you’re not successful. When I work with clients, I justify that I get used to approaching people. But even so, not all strategies work well. That’s where a flexible approach is very valuable. If a person doesn’t act as well as he or she deserves, I try something else. There is no other system for creating a system for managing body weight successfully.
Don’t allow some setbacks to limit you. You are learning a new system in implementing it. You must continue to try different things until you create a success. And the same kind of child who learns to ride a bicycle, one of them is the system you can run aground by giving up.