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What does this mean for your weight-loss journey? When I was in school for health psychology, I had to learn the right kinds of questions to ask my clients, and my supervisor gave me a clear heuristic to fall back on: Follow the fear. At first, this seemed extreme. I mean, we’re talking about helping people with some pretty benign stuff. To help quash the fear of regaining weight, Stettner advises people to separate emotions from the behavior.
That means, in part, minimizing your feelings of deprivation and accepting the fact. For some this benefit is the fear of failing to keep the weight off or even regaining more weight. Our past experiences can often become our road-map for our future. The 1st sign of something associated with a past diet or lifestyle failure that brings a level of stress, guilt, and shame can trigger the subconscious brain and it often hits the.
To stop your fear of failure from derailing your weight loss efforts, take some time and study scriptures on hope (Hebrews 11:1, 2; Corinthians 3:7-18). Practice Progress, not Perfection Too often we get so hung up on doing things just right that we miss all the little things that are making a big difference. Dear Scared: Your question has little to do with food and much to do with fear. First, for some people, losing weight is incredibly difficult. There are medical or metabolic reasons why they are.
The weight will always come back. I can’t do it. I can’t do it. I can’t do it. I am too unhealthy.
I’m not worried about gaining it back yet, I’m worried about how to lose it in the first place since it seems impossible. I will fail. I will fail. I will fail.
I am a failure. I am no good. I am meant to be fat. It cannot change.
It will not change. If you’re worried about failing your midterm, think about how you’d cope if that actually came to pass. You’d get help from the TA, plan out a study schedule for the final, and not stay out until 1 AM before the next exam.
The possibility of new relationships after a weight loss can inspire fears, too. “Extra weight can be a great defense mechanism, because it provides an excuse not to have to face uncomfortable new experiences such as dating or establishing new friendships,” Traube says. Fear of failure can influence most of our actions and decisions, especially when it comes to personal or professional goals. Your definition of failure is particular to you. What you deem to be something that has failed may seem very different from others. The fear of failure is really about how you will feel disappointed afterward.
Keep a journal of your thoughts and actions and you will be able to draw patterns and recognize your fear. Once you know that you are up against, you will have an easier time handling it. Always remember to give yourself credit whenever you overcome your fear and move on.
List of related literature:
|from The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss & Body Confidence: A Woman’s Guide to Stressing Less, Weighing Less, and Loving More|
|from The Fat Studies Reader|
|from The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting: How I Lost Over 80 Pounds and Kept It Off Eating Whatever I Wanted|
|from Madly in Love with Me: The Daring Adventure of Becoming Your Own Best Friend|
|from Gabriel Method: The Revolutionary DIET-FREE Way to Totally Transform Your Body|
|from An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia|
|from Living in the Light: A Guide to Personal and Planetary Transformation|
|from Quantum Leap Thinking: An Owner’s Guide to the Mind|
|from Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.|
|from You: On A Diet: The Owner’s Manual for Waist Management|