January 30, 2018

Weight loss today tends to be very overwhelming, difficult, stressful and many times unsuccessful despite our best efforts. Most Americans make on average 4 attempts every year to lose weight, and the kicker is 90-95% end up gaining all of it back. With these types of statistics, it’s no wonder weight loss can be described as frustrating, stressful, and discouraging.

Eating healthier and being more active is such a positive change that impacts our lives physically and emotionally.  Most of my clients come to me wanting to lose weight with the desire to feel more like themselves after many failed attempts. At the very beginning of working together I will ask them about their prior weight loss attempts. This description typically includes words like “frustration,” “failure,” “up and down,” “never ending effort” and “not enjoyable.”

About 6 months into working together I’ll have them reflect on this new weight loss experience and describe it to me. This time around they will use words...

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