Why do most weight loss plans end in failure? Because people fail to shift mental gears and make meaningful changes in the way they see themselves. Adhering to a diet or exercise routine isn’t enough. Sure, this may result in temporary weight loss, but without that fundamental mental shift most people backslide into old habits and poor choices.
When it comes to successful, long-term weight loss you must practice “mind over matter .”
Losing Yourself Leads to Weight Gain
Comfort eating is an easy way to escape the mental or emotional stress of a situation rather than deal with the underlying problem. It’s easy to “check out” when we eat and make food another mundane part of an already busy routine.
It’s not hard to see how these bad habits can take root.
We are under tremendous pressure every day:
- Personal commitments
- Family crises
- Even global pressures
They all pile up and weigh us down. Women feel this crunch more because they are often (still) the primary child care providers, housekeepers, and emotional backbone of most American families.
Overworked, overstressed, and overwhelmed people lose a crucial part of themselves–often sacrificing their own identities for what they feel is for the good of the ones they love.
Describe yourself in a single word. Did you choose “mother” or “wife” or “homemaker” or even “chauffeur”?
That loss of personal identity can be a powerful enemy to overcome . . . but it can be done!
Find Your Worth and Your Wellness
The most important question you can ask yourself is “who do I want to be?”
You know you can be more and healthier than you are right now—you can feel it deep in your bones. But diet and exercise will only get you so far. You have to visualize that person at the end of your road to recovery and—in a sense—become them mentally before you can ever become them physically.
A huge part of that growth process is reclaiming your identity. You’re not just a mother, or an employee, or any other label. You never were. You just saw yourself that way.
You are an amazing individual—a person with real intrinsic value. You’re worthy of your own self-love. Concentrating on your own wellness (and well being) isn’t selfish. It’s your right. It’s healthy. It can open new doors and actually help you become a better provider, a stronger care giver, a role model.
Reclaiming yourself is the best (and perhaps only) way to reach your long-term healthy lifestyle goals .
Start Your Journey Today
You already have that ideal you in your mind’s eye. It’s been there for a while. You’ve thought about who you want to be , daydreamt about what you want to do, agonized over how you’ll get there. But taking that first step is hard.
There are tools you can use to make that mental shift easier:
- Practicing mindfulness
- Picking up active hobbies
- Carving out time for yourself
- Changing your circle of friends
- Reading Self-Help books
- Trying therapy or support groups
But many people need a powerful physical kick start to make that mental change. That’s where The Hollywood 48-Hour Miracle Diet®  can help.
This powerful juice blend is clinically proven to help individuals lose up to ten pounds in just two days. You see (and feel) that real feedback right away. With it comes a tremendous esteem boost and the momentum you need to change old attitudes and uncover your potential.
The Hollywood 48-Hour Miracle Diet® isn’t magic but it can give you a real head start toward reclaiming your identity and becoming who you want to be. Learn how today .