canberrahypnosis.com.au - Dr Julie Kidd
This food/weight thing used to be easy. No one thought about it much decades ago, but the world has changed a lot in the last fifty years. Since the 1960’s the average weight for women has increased by 7.3 kg and for men, 12 kg.
In my first post I laid out some of the commonest early causes of adult eating problems that I’ve encountered. I’ve done this to let everyone “off the hook”. If you understand the roots of habitual overeating and being overweight, then you can forgive yourself.
Get up late… Spend your day in a constant state of running behind, hurry, anxiety, anger, sadness or frustration… Drink coffee…
This is the fourth most searched “how to” on Google (after“how to kiss” and before “how to make money”)!
There are a million ways to lose weight, but how do you do it without extreme diets and super willpower – and then stay at a healthy weight for life?
As someone who has had brain cancer and “survived and thrived”, I’ve learned a lot about managing the mind through that process. I understand the emotional terrain of serious illness and facing death and disability.
Going to sleep at night is a natural part of being in an animal body, but we’re becoming so disconnected from our inner rhythms that many of us are turning sleep into a task, the next thing to do, something to get right, or even something to dread.