There’s an attention-grabbing psychological dynamic that unfolds whenever you lose a dramatic amount of weight after which gain some of it back, or a lot of it again. I’m convinced this dynamic is precisely what makes successfully dropping again seem tougher. Suddenly, it turns into much more than controlling our calorie budgets, exercising and taking note of our emotional state and the accompanying triggers. Now, we should perform a little more “mental work” as we do our greatest to get past the guilt, disgrace and embarrassment associated with weight acquire and put our focus squarely where it is most benefiting.
This dynamic is highly effective no matter in the event you blogged about your weight loss and wrote a book or not. How will I ultimately overcome this added impediment? Perspective. Shifting my perspective is paramount to my success at present. I’ll spare you the self-indulgent list and cut to the chase: Turns out I’m a reasonably respectable man.
I’m human. I’m actual. I don’t know everything. I’m all the time open to learning. And the things I’m learning now are issues crucial to my long term success. I’m not saying weight achieve after a dramatic loss was a very good factor, but when I shift my perspective around I can clearly see the place I can study from and benefit from this experience. As this blog strikes forward, I’m going to get into more of a “diary” type mode, much like to start with.
Less “here’s what I think” …