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We all know overeating is more than just an issue of shoving food in the mouth; eating better AND dealing with the psychology side really need to be addressed in tandem for true lifestyle change. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher. When you're truly ready to work on your relationship with eating and exercise, you still need help to transform your mind.
This cognitive behavior therapy based approach works with whatever "diet" or "eating plan" you choose. It's about how to program your thinking to stick with it, by reminding yourself of why it is of value to you I had read the six week program "The Beck Diet Solution", last year, and I see different st When you're truly ready to work on your relationship with eating and exercise, you still need help to transform your mind.
I had read the six week program "The Beck Diet Solution", last year, and I see different strengths in each approach. This one is more targeted on individual areas of challenge, based on responses to a quiz in chapter one. So, if you're looking for a directed approach, this is the one.
But the earlier book is a fuller approach, with six weeks of daily tasks and exercises that I for one found instructive, and in some cases was surprised by what I found out about myself. May 21, Sarah Rehmatullah rated it it was amazing. Uses the power of CBT to get to the core of the issue by retraining your brain. Excellent plan! How often do we find ourselves caught up in a never ending cycle of dieting and then gorging.
We are forever seeking the elusive balance, wondering why effects of diets seem limited. We try to hold on to new found weight loss success, only to find the results were not here to stay, but gone tomorrow. Like holding sand in our hands, it seems we could not maintain those wonderful results? Did you wonder Uses the power of CBT to get to the core of the issue by retraining your brain.
Did you wonder why? I certainly did. After feeling so light and proud of myself, I thought it wouldn't hurt to treat myself at easter. Why not? After all, it was celebration time. The shops were full of reminders that you ought to be stocking up for easter. So, I, the slimmer woman, bought a few treats.
Then indulged in more treats whilst visiting family, not to look like I wasn't joining in. Then it seemed fine to have another treat here and there. Suddenly, the weight I had lost had returned and it seemed with vengence, as it seemed harder to lose. My lovely slimmer and lighter self was archived to memory. When I discovered The Diet Trap Solution, I recognised all of my excuses immediately, and felt immense relief, as I knew this was at the core of years of struggling to lose weight.
The authors have used CBT techniques in the dietary arena to break new ground by repatterning the brain. This is where the diet problem begins. A real, helpful and easy to comprehend plan is shared. Every potential issue seems to have been addressed. I think I can wave goodbye to unintentionally punishing my body and enjoy the benefits of it thriving. I'm truly welcoming and looking forward to what changes this may bring, as weight loss is not only for appearance, although this is lovely.