Everyone wants freedom. Freedom from the outer-world strains of job pressures, relationship difficulties, financial issues or health concerns. Freedom from inner-world feelings of insecurity or oppression. In many people it is a combination of these desires. Whatever the case, whatever the stressors, every soul longs for freedom to experience love-to love and be loved.
Take care of yourself. Get enough sleep, eat balanced meals, take your vitamins and get plenty of fresh air and exercise. And don’t overdo it with the goodies. It’s okay to eat a little more and enjoy some of the treats of the season. But don’t go overboard, or you’ll regret it later when you get on the scales.
For some reason focusing on all the negativity in the world has made me lost sight of things I was once happy about. I do not wish to be ignorant but, I wish to be happy. I want to believe in something that can make me aware yet, happy at the same time. I usually do not write in my book unless it was a dream.
As a parent you serve many roles. You’re a disciplinarian, chef, coach and counselor. You’re also a teacher. It is a parents responsibility to teach them about financial management and saving for college This means teaching them how to avoid significant debt in college, how to apply for scholarships, and more. It could also mean encouraging them to find a job to pay for college expenses.
But diets don’t work because our weight issues are not about our mini vibratorji with food. Our weight issues are about our relationships with ourselves. And how we manage stress. Or loneliness. Or anger. Or sadness. Or any other human state we find disconcerting, uncomfortable, or just plain unacceptable.
Tip #1. You need to set your standards straight. Far too many women have an image in their head of the perfect man that can do everything. You know what I mean. He’s very handsome, earns a large salary, has a terrific sense of humor, is great in bed, can repair anything, is helpful around the house, etc. Unfortunately or not, that man probably does not exist.
Overeating is a behavior. Not overeating is another. So, ‘losing weight’ becomes not a matter of going on yet another ride of deprivation, hunger and distress, but of establishing a new relationship with ourselves. One that is nourishing. From the inside, out.