Realizing that my actual fear was that I’m good enough or may even be unlovable (at least by some) was not news to me. The problem with shifting the focus from the real issue to “feeling fat” is that I can now obsess over what I’m eating and how many times I missed the gym last week. What I noticed is that when the thought “I’m fat” comes up, I instantly start to control it. I start to spin, control, manipulate and try to fix a feeling by controlling what I eat and how much I exercise.
We use deserve because we’ve been good and we use deserve when we’re feeling bad – either way it gives us a stamp of approval or a big red F on our diet test.
I’m not sure I know why, and it’s useless for us to blame the media, our cultural beauty standards or even our parents.  If you find yourself feeling fat too often, regardless of why, you’ve got to do something about it. And when you feel bad, you can’t make good decisions for yourself – at least not for very long. You have to feel good or you can’t sustain the choices you need to make to BETTER yourself. This isn’t going to change over-night, but if you spend 30 days on this (or any other habit) you’ll be leagues above where you are now.

Next up, I’ll walk you through my 6 Step Process To Changing a Habit and show you the actions I’m taking to transform this limiting belief I’ve held on to for so long….the I’m fat story needs to end! Samtliche Neuigkeiten, Freundschaftsanfragen und Messages findest Du oben rechts in der Navigation. What I learned was that thinking or feeling “I’m fat” comes from a much deeper seated fear of not being loved or accepted, of being vulnerable – and in our appearance focused society it’s easy to point all the focus on how we look as a reason things may not be working out the way we want. I’ve done enough work in this area to see this and say, “Oh, you again….” And we all have some flavor of this – if you haven’t read the work of Brene Brown, do it.
I can wallow in the frustration that “It’s so hard for me to lose weight!” and get all down in the “It’s not fair”. I still fear at times that I won’t be loved or happy or successful unless I’m 15% body fat. Our worth is a reflection of the kind of person we are: loyal, hard-working, honest, kind, generous, a good mom, a good partner – not merely in our body fat percentage. You don’t ask that guy out, you don’t think you deserve (see there it is again!) that promotion, you don’t run for city council, and you don’t feel happy.
I’m 4 days in and feeling much more clear on how big the problem is, what triggers it, the cost of continuing to do it, what the real issue is hiding behind it, and what to do about it.

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We can get a haircut, a new outfit, a make over or we can lose weight – all as a response to feeling bad about ourselves.
Sure you need to eat clean and workout to have a BETTER body, but if your thoughts don’t shift you will not be able to sustain it.
Why, if we feel fat, do we completely negate every other lovable thing about us and feel totally insignificant? This work to change habits is just as important as lifting a dumbbell and it takes just as much training to do it effectively.
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