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Don’t Let Your Weight Loss Goals Consume You

Mike Barrett
May 8th, 2012
Updated 11/02/2012 at 7:32 pm
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Creating a weight loss goal is a fabulous step toward achieving the body you have always wanted, but your weight loss goals shouldn’t negatively impact your life more than they improve it. To receive the absolute most benefit from your upcoming goal-driven life changes, you have to want to go through the process of change. That is to say, you should aim for achieving your weight loss goals with a positive, determined mindset.

Don’t Let Your Weight Loss Goals Consume You

Losing weight does not have to be about suffering, and shouldn’t be. Once you have made the firm decision to lose weight, follow through with that decision with a sense of knowingness that you will achieve your goal, and enjoy the activities needed to reach your goals. With this mindset, the actions you do to achieve your weight loss goals will be enjoyable, and the best part is that you know there will be a great reward.

It is true that the way you think really is the cornerstone of reaching your health and weight loss goals. The mind is a powerful tool, where science has even begun to recognize that your thoughts are powerful determining factors in your overall health, and that your mindset can ultimately create — or delay — self-healing. Similarly, the way you think during your weight loss journey has everything to do with your happiness levels, whether you’ll achieve your goal, and whether you will sustain your achieved goal. Creating and pursuing weight loss goals isn’t only about achieving a better body; hopefully during this journey a change in thinking and lifestyle will also occur, and ultimately your overall health will boost.

While losing weight could be extremely helpful for enhancing your health and transforming appearance, the process won’t have a complete positive effect if implemented along with extremely high stress levels. Attaining a great body and great health is not about trading one thing for another; stress is not a necessary ingredient in reaching your weight loss goals. If you’re experiencing a great deal of mental stress while making the necessary lifestyle changes, view the stress as an indication that thinking needs to change.

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About Mike Barrett:
2.thumbnail Dont Let Your Weight Loss Goals Consume You Google Plus Profile |Mike is the co-founder, editor, and researcher behind Natural Society. Studying the work of top natural health activists, and writing special reports for top 10 alternative health websites, Mike has written hundreds of articles and pages on how to obtain optimum wellness through natural health.

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  • Linda

    Be realistic about your weight loss goals and make a realistic list of twelve things you would like to change and incorporate into your weight loss program. Review the list in four months into the weight loss program and see if
    any changes need to be made because by then you will start seeing results and have to change your list in order to keep the weight loss momentum working. Remember, calories (what you put in) you need to exercise out.
    Linda — VLCNW Student

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