5 Ways to Overcome Discouragement While Losing Weight
How you handle discouragement will make or break your weight loss goals.
Posted Apr 28, 2014
1. Avoid Situations that Lead to Discouraging Experiences
There are multiple situations that can trigger a downfall. Another such situation I encountered was making cookies with my family. That often turns into both indulging on cookie dough and devouring the cookies straight out of the oven. What are some of the situations that you know could make you slip up? Do you tell yourself that you can go out to eat at that favorite restaurant and be disciplined, only to lose control once you get there? Make sure to identify some of the situations that spur your downfalls and commit to avoid those situations at all costs. After you list the situations that could be your downfall, list some alternate activities to these risky situations. Armed with those alternatives, you can quickly replace the situations that might harm your progress with better options that will help you continue your good work.
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Discouragement is an inevitable aspect of losing weight; however, successfully dealing with your disappointment can make all the difference in your ultimate victory. In Four Truths About Weight Loss That Nobody Tells You, I share the strategies that helped me to lose 55 pounds and keep it off. I am confident that they can help you too!