Weight loss psychology.

Many of us know well all of the tools for losing weight. There are multiple sources, both free and fee based, to learn all about nutrition and exercise for weight loss. No matter how much we read about diet and exercise, no matter how much money we spend on the various sources for weight loss, lasting … Continue reading Weight loss psychology.

Make decisions mindfully.

Creating new habits can be difficult, especially when the rewards for the new behavior may be more long-term; with higher immediate rewards for the old habits. Weight loss is certainly a goal where achieving the desired rewards takes time and patience, and giving up some of those short-term gratifications. When you make the decision to … Continue reading Make decisions mindfully.

Psychological concerns of obesity.

Studies have shown that BMI (body mass index/height-to-weight ratio) is directly related to quality of life. The higher one’s BMI (so the more someone weighs), the lower the quality of life. Factors considered with this relate to physical, emotional, mental, and social wellbeing. Knowledge of the psychological risks associated with obesity can help individuals struggling … Continue reading Psychological concerns of obesity.

Self-pity.

Life is hard… for everyone at some point or another. It is easy to feel alone in that hardship, because no one else really knows what is your life is like. We each are alone in the way we feel and experience things. That is a reality of life, and some have a harder time … Continue reading Self-pity.