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Self-Compassion for Weight Loss: 4 Ideas to Help Build It

Being kinder to yourself leads helps habit change — including eating-habit change — for several reasons. Some overeaters fear that self-compassion will decrease self-control. Others find mental habits hard to break. It's possible to cultivate a more self-compassionate stance with these guidelines. Read More

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Terese Weinstein Katz, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, eating disorder specialist and diet coach. Her website offers tools for lifelong freedom from weight issues.


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