So far today, I have been pretty good. I haven't been tempted by
donuts or cookies, eaten any chocolate, lost my temper, or cried in self pity. I
haven't been self indulgent, eaten someone else's food, whined, cursed, or
sneaked any snacks. All in all, I've been pretty good! However, I am about to
get out of bed, so I'm going to need a lot more inner strength to get me to the end of the day.
There are a few dieting questions worth considering if you are serious about losing weight. We all hit road blocks we need to overcome. This exercise will move you forward!
Pencil & Paper
Using a pencil and paper, write down the answers to these questions in detail.
Dieting Road Blocks
When I worked as a diet leader, I heard lots of stories from people having road blocks thrown in their path. "My husband brings home donuts every Saturday morning, and always says he made sure he got my favorite, even though I've been telling him I'm trying to lose weight." "My grandmother has a fish fry every Friday night, and she will be insulted if I don't have seconds."
What road blocks are you going to encounter? Are there people or situations where eating like you choose to eat, to be thin, is going to be a problem?
More Dieting Questions
Using a pencil and paper, write down the answers to these questions. You are going to think of yourself in control of your eating habits. After you read each question, close your eyes and picture yourself. Then, open your eyes and write down your answer.
If you are serious, you will take these dieting questions seriously. These are dieting questions worth considering. Review and rewrite the answers whenever dieting becomes difficult. Doing this will help you succeed!
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Take the Plunge
"Adam was human; he didn't want the apple for the apple's sake; he wanted it because it was forbidden."
Just One Piece!
always say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them
“The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.”
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