Happy New Year!This time a year is usually a time to create a New Year’s Resolution. I think this is a great way to focus your energy and attention on areas in your life you want to change. However, in my line of work, doing so often leads to feeling more like a failure. Losing weight or going to the gym is a very popular resolution for the New Year. If you tend to have emotional issues with food and your body, you may end up doing more harm to yourself than good. Failure to keep up with a diet plan or failure to continue going to the gym can leave you feeling bad about yourself. You may actually turn toward food to cope. Thinking you failed leads to feeling shame. Shame is a major contributor to the binge/purge cycle.Many people think that if you beat yourself up for not doing something, it will increase your motivation to do it. A great example of this is judging yourself (or others) for not having the will power to lose weight. We believe that telling ourselves that we “should” do something is supposed to motivate us to go to the gym or… Read full this story
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