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… for my inside and outside to match… but I just couldn’t control my mindless eating.
Waking up Monday morning, determined to be "good".
Sometimes that would last until Wednesday.
Sometimes only until lunch on Monday.
No matter how much I tried, somewhere along the way, I would notice (after the fact) that I had eaten a bunch of food that I didn’t intend on eating, and my clothes kept getting tighter.
To some people, that might sound strange, but that was my experience ever since I can remember.
Why did it seem so hard?
Sometimes I would be satisfied with a justification or excuse (we sure seem to have some good ones these days)… but eventually, the consequences of these actions both physically and emotionally were just overwhelming.
I remember a specific time (which had happened more times than I can count) where once again, I gathered my determination... motivated by an upcoming event where I really wanted to feel and look good.
I calculated the time until the event, and figured if I did a quick plan I could drop down enough to fit into that nice summer dress and feel great.
Focus, determination, motivation, desire, a plan - I was ready.
And you can probably guess what happened… Ugh...
Willpower failed me. And even if I can muster it for long enough, I always seem to end up right back in the spot where I have to find that old fierce determination all over again.
Exhausted - I knew there had to be another way.
Why did it seem so easy for some people? What did they have that I didn’t?
I went on a mission to find an answer to these questions so I could stop the cycle of never ending trying to muster up the willpower over and over again, just to button my jeans.
I'm a mother, health coach,
clinical hypnotherapist, and founder of the
"Perfect Fit" signature program.
Since my first diet at 10 years old, all I wanted was to feel comfortable and confident in my body, without starving or missing out.
What if the discovery that changed my life,
can change yours too?
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