Knowing what you need to do in order to lose weight is only half the battle. Beyond that you need creative ways of disciplining yourself to stay on course.
When you’re honest with yourself — about the root of your eating problem and what you’re willing to do about it — you can and will lose weight for good!
Give yourself the opportunity you need to develop healthy relationships. Scary as it may seem, follow these 6 steps to building intimacy.
From perfectionism to abuse, there are 12 common characteristics of families of those with eating disorders.
Give your health the boost it needs with these five basic components for improving your well-being — body, mind and spirit.
Instead of setting yourself up for failure with an overly-ambitious exercise plan, build slowly, increasing your activity level just 10 percent each month.
Instead of choosing forms of exercise you think you should be doing, get active doing something you’ll stick with (i.e., something you can love).
Ensuring optimal physical health of your family is a simple, straightforward process. Review these basic healthy habits and commit yourself to follow through.
If you tell yourself you’re fat, you’ll never lose weight and that these “facts” cannot be changed, the subconscious mind will hear and respond to make it true.
On a scale of 0 through 5, how do you rate when it comes to obsession with food? This is the starting point for taking back the control that food has over you.
Neither pills nor surgery can solve your eating disorder because you are not a disease. For permanent weight loss, address your emotions & change your behavior.
Take these 4 crucial steps to letting go of crutches that are holding you back from permanent weight loss.