Friday, February 17, 2017

This will help you feel better

It's important to feel good about yourself even when you're in the process of change.

You may not like your weight, but you can like yourself as you work towards recovery from an eating disorder or weight loss (if that is your goal).

When you shift the way you think about yourself and your body, you become kinder to yourself and less critical.

When you're kind to yourself, you feel good and you're less likely to use food for comfort or distraction.

Here are some ways to help you shift your focus from critical to kind.   Bookmark this page so you have this "food for thought" wherever you go!


Leave a comment and share which one of these most resonates with you, and why!  

1 comment:

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I'm telling you here: Taking some time and discovering what works in reality- and then discovering how to adapt it to fit you is really, really, worth it. I guarantee you that's it's worth far more than you can even begin to imagine.