Thank you! I will check that book out. I think I need to talk to my doctor again as well to see if there is other things going on with me as well.
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Staying on track is one of my biggest downfalls. Today is no different. Where can I find this needed energy to get up and keep busy. Quit grabbing for food or a cig each time I feel stress. Learning how to cope with everyday issues is going to be a must. I will check the book mentioned by VILYL16, Change Your Brain, Change your body. Thanks for the tips.
In my opinion, it is not always our fault. It can be simply a hormonal imbalance or lack of a vitamin that causes your brain to crave food and be unable to control eating when stress, etc. hits you. I found a good book called Change Your Brain, Change Your Body by Dr. Daniel Amen I ordered from Amazon that is so helpful in letting me understand WHY I react to food the way I do and WHY it is so hard for me to stick to a diet plan. Personally, I have set an appointment with my doctor to go over all this information to see if there is something I am lacking vitamin-wise or hormonally. Hope that helps. Please add me if you like, I do have the same problem...
I have a hard time staying on track. I know what I need to do I can do it for a week or so then something happens and I go off then never go back on. I think it's just being lazy on my part. I know I NEED this but..... How to get it in my head to keep going and take care of ME?
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