End Dieting Hell Part Two

Last week I told you that your body is emotionally addicted to the frequency and chemical emotions of struggling with your weight.

Here is a list of behaviors that tell you that is true for you:

You…

  • Think about your weight every day
  • Have tried diet after diet and still look for new diets to try even though they never last
  • Criticize your body and rarely, if ever, have anything nice to say about your body
  • Compare your body to others, magazines, tv shows etc.
  • Have felt dislike, disgust embarrassed, guilty and ashamed of your body since you were young or for a VERY long time

I told you last week that the first thing to do is become your own hero and understand your emotional conditioning to your weight and stop trying to fix the superficial part of the problem by going on another diet.

Here is how your emotional addiction works in your body…

You wake up in the morning and your cells call for their “fix” of the emotional chemicals they are used to having come down from your brain.

Your cells will send a signal to your brain to think thoughts that trigger their emotional fix!

YES, the cells of your body will send a signal to your brain!

Is that crazy?

I thought so.

Your cells have their own consciousness. They are alive and become addicted to the emotions that are programmed in your body.

Here is the thing…

What you feel is NOT who you are!

The Feelings You Have Every Day Are Only Memorized Frequencies That Feel Normal To You.

This is why you self-sabotage after about 4-6 weeks of a diet, or sooner, it doesn’t feel right so your body sends a signal to your brain to think thoughts like the following:

  • You can cheat a little. You’ve been so good lately.
  • It doesn’t matter.
  • Who cares just eat it!
  • Diets don’t work for you remember. This one is no different.
  • Maybe you’re just meant to be fat.
  • And so on

Living in a body you love is a transformational journey that will help you understand yourself more than you ever have AND it will feel different, uncomfortable and even WRONG!

The good thing is feeling that way tells you that you’re on the right path!

This is not an easy journey. Most women will go their entire life and NEVER live in a body they love because the emotional addiction is so strong and they don’t even know they have it!

Next week I’m going to share another insight about getting out of dieting hell. I hope you’ll keep your eyes peeled.

For now, do these two things:

#1: Realized you have an emotional addiction to the feeling of struggling with your weight.

#2: Understand your body will send signals to your brain to think thoughts that release that emotion into your cells so they can get their fix.

These insights are from my 8-month program called: Live In A Body You Love. I’m thrilled to share them.

It’s time to change your emotional patterns and allow yourself to have different results with your weight release efforts! =)

If you’d like to share your weight loss journey with, please either post on our Women Being Fit Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/womenbeingfit/

Or email me at Michelle@WomenBeingFit.com I’d love to hear from you.

After 13 weeks with Michelle’s support and teachings I lost 20lbs

Listen to her own words:
"Before I began Michelle’s program I had struggled with my weight most of my adult life. I jumped on every new bandwagon that promised fast and lasting results, but never achieved the success I so desperately sought. After 13 weeks with Michelle’s support and teachings I lost 20lbs and have learned my past practices were an addiction. What would I do, think, or collect if I didn’t focus on losing weight?! What would I spend my time and money on if I wasn’t focusing on losing weight?! I didn’t know…I have some ideas now! The most difficult part of losing weight is the psychological piece for me. Michelle addresses this in a clear, effective, and interesting way. It has made a huge difference in how I see myself and my goals for the future. I recommend this program wholeheartedly!"

Colleen Grogan

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