Losing your unwanted weight, whether you do it yourself or you join with others to do it, always—that’s always with a capital “A”—requires lots of inspiration, motivation, how to, and support. What if you were transported to a place where you could get all of these, without having to leave the comfort of your favorite armchair?
Front and center comes the weight-loss story. A woman did it. She lost weight, reached goal weight, and kept the lost weight off. How did she do it? What did she have to go through in order to reach the pinnacle of success?
Immersion into this woman’s life by reading about her struggles and exploits inspires, motivates, teaches, and supports. It’s the kind of self-help that seeps its way into your psyche without you even having to lift a finger. Ah, at last, something that’s easy about the weight-loss process.
As you read, you absorb the character, her personality, her struggles, her triumphs. There is every possibility that you will be affected, perhaps even changed, by this experience. You might even put yourself in the main character’s shoes, especially if what she went through fits you.
At MariasLastDiet.com, we’ve tried to give women who want to lose weight this kind of experience. Some of the blog posts, as you probably noticed, are based on a character-driven form of self-help. So too are parts of each of the books in the Symmetry Press series Weight-Loss Books for Women — Using Psychology to Lose Weight.
Breaking Up With Food: Maria’s Last Diet, one of the books in the series, is a novel of passionate weight loss in which the main character’s psychology is the key to her weight loss.
So take the easy road to weight loss whenever you can and immerse yourself in a story about weight loss.