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Instead, turn your words into appreciation and action. By Jennifer Widerstrom. Use the scale as feedback — and nothing more My recommended strategy here depends on you.
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And at the end of the day, who cares if you could technically lose a few more pounds? And what can I do to make myself feel better next week?
Visit our Help Center. I lived in extremes, and constantly condemning and shaming myself left me in a very unhappy place.
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It got to the point where I actually considered throwing up after I ate. Get out of the cycle of comparing On a regular basis, I find myself teaching how harmful comparing yourself to other people can be. What can I do to improve mine?
From that point on, I started to cultivate a better hepace for myself. And now, as a trainer, I make it a point to give my clients connected coaching that can help them get not just physically healthier but more mentally balanced, too. Need help? What decisions have I made this week?
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Already a print subscriber? Go here to connect your wallet. I had to be strong, obviously, but I also felt a lot of pressure to be smaller and very lean. Related Stories. at letters time. If you know you get into an obsessive hepace when you weigh yourself daily, only step on the scale once or twice a month—tops.