Catching up with Amy’s Life Journey “This Time Is Different”
Video taken from the channel: CherryBerry Weightloss
025 Why Tribal Literacy?
Video taken from the channel: Kevin deLaplante
Freedom from Cravings with Keto and Fasting Ketogenic Girl Vanessa Spina
Video taken from the channel: Siim Land
10 THINGS I WISH I KNEW BEFORE I LOST 160 POUNDS
Video taken from the channel: Kimberly H
Embracing Your Inner Nerd | Amy Ho | [email protected]
Video taken from the channel: TEDx Talks
Video taken from the channel: Amanda Clark
Let Go Of Perfection with Your Diet, Body and Life
Video taken from the channel: Kimberly Platt
Amy lost 116 lbs in 13 months. That might sound like a big, daunting number. Amy certainly felt that way once.
She had no idea how to go about losing weight, had tried and failed before, going in half heartedly: I would cut my portions or eat salads for a week but I really did’t have the information to lose weight in a healthy way. I’ve lost 116 pounds so far and my journey isn’t over yet. It hasn’t all been easy.
Every day is a battle with food. It’s very hard on me but exercise does help me combat my cravings. Now I’m ready to conquer the next thing on my bucket list: to go on a cruise to a tropical island and love life in the sun!”. I had just finished telling her about my efforts to lose weight: 25 pounds in six weeks. She did not approve of my chosen methodology, and she was not alone.
I didn’t give up alcohol. → OPEN FOR IMPORTANT LINKS AND INFO After I filmed this video, I weighed myself and the scale read 188.7lbs!! → BECOME A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/jess. One day I had an awakening when my brother wouldn’t let me ride in his new car because I couldn’t fasten the seatbelt. I cried so much. I weighed 350 lbs.
See my before and after weight loss pictures, and read amazing weight loss success stories from real women and their best weight loss diet plans and programs. Motivation to lose weight with walking and inspiration from before and after. You may lose 5lbs, you may lose 10lbs, you may lose 20lbs! Perfection is not found in results. Perfection is found in your effort.
Making sure that you do the right things to make progress every single day. That is the only thing you can control when working. Don’t beat yourself up You went overboard at the restaurant last night. Now you’re feeling bloated, guilty, and ready to beat yourself up—while reaching for a pint of ice cream.
Perfection is an age-old myth that creates more pain than joy, more confusion than calm, more angst than creative productivity. Being perfect is a farcical fantasy that distracts us from being present. Constantly driving toward perfection creates a sort of black and white, all or nothing perspective that invariably leaves us colorblind.
Back in 2001 I weighed more than 400 pounds. I tried every diet I could think of to lose weight. I even worked face to face with the late Dr.
Atkins for two months, and after charging me thousands of dollars, the best he could do was yell at me for being so fat. Every diet I tried ended up. Perfection is a terribly misplaced goal and most often compensation for what really troubles us.
In the emerging worldview of a flowing and participatory universe, the construct of perfection.
List of related literature:
|from Talking Back to OCD: The Program That Helps Kids and Teens Say “No Way” and Parents Say “Way to Go”|
|from Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything|
|from Eating Disorders: A Guide to Medical Care and Complications|
|from The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days|
|from Reshaping it All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness|
|from Escape Your Shape: How to Work Out Smarter, Not Harder|
|from Psychology and the Challenges of Life|
|from Diagnosis Made Easier, First Edition: Principles and Techniques for Mental Health Clinicians|
|from The 17 Day Diet Breakthrough Edition|
|from Complete Keto: A Guide to Transforming Your Body and Your Mind for Life|