Most of us believe that our weight is the main problem to be solved.
I sincerely disagree.
When our obsession with our weight is in front and in the center, we cannot focus on any aspect of caring for ourselves that does not include reducing our body.
I'll be kinder to myself as soon as i lose weight
I'll start walking (or go to yoga classes) as soon as i lose weight
I'll buy quality clothes that fit well. as soon as i lose weight
I will eat what is really good in my body as soon as i lose weight
I will book this holiday as soon as i lose weight
I'll stop starving myself as soon as i lose weight
In fact, we neglect our basic needs and desires until we feel that we “deserve” them by losing weight.
It is incredibly useless.
What leads to a healthy body image and long-term healthy behavior is not less weight, but ability to practice self-care regardless of your weight,
If you are caught up in hate and shame around your body, you are unlikely to want to really take care of it. At least not in the long run.
A much more useful approach is to focus on feeling better in the body that you have now. It starts from the end point – the practice of daily behavior, which, as you know, makes you feel better.
We can not "control" our weight. But we can shift the emphasis to the practice of healthy habits – a much more attainable goal.
Weight loss is simply a likely side effect of changing healthy behaviors and consistent self-care.
Starting from a place of kindness and compassion forcing your chances of achieving results that adhere to.
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