Don’t worry if you’re feeling bad. That’s what often happens in the weight-loss process.
Feeling bad doesn’t necessarily stop you from losing a lot of weight. In fact, feeling bad can be what motivates you to turn things around for yourself.
Here’s how feeling bad works (not all the time).
One of the things that feeling bad does is it starts you thinking about other possibilities, “if only I had________, “I could have ___________.” Feeling bad can also start a process of investigation by which you examine the mistake you made and learn what caused you to act this way. Feeling bad can cause you to imagine how much worse it could have been and encourage you to hang in there.
When it comes to losing your unwanted weight, feeling bad isn’t always so bad.