Start early to do your end of year reflection of your eating psychology journey. What were my biggest breakthroughs? What can’t I DIY?
How do I start eating healthy? Looking for recipes to get thin quick, from desperation and self-criticism is unhelpful. Here’s where to start.
Right now, you probably don’t believe permanent, lifelong weight loss is possible. I struggled to believe that too.
I thought: “I regained the weight last time.”
And: “Other people, may be able to. Not me, I’m more messed up than other people.”
My brain was wrong about that.
This song by Kae Tempest speaks to me. Probably not about what SHE’s talking about, but about how we work, and how we push ourselves, and the release food provides.
Here’s how psychologists think change happens. When you understand this process, your expectations switch, and you’ll literally stop failing.
Being out of control, feeling a failure, feeling like a victim, being alone – these are all features of both depression and overeating or binge eating.