First thing, when you get up each morning you probably notice how your body is feeling that day. You may even check your body while you are showering and while you are getting dressed. You dress for the day, making sure your body and you look all right. As the day proceeds, chances are you notice your body here and there, as you walk, work and shift positions, meet other people (with their bodies), etc. Since you, right along with so many other women, place this much emphasis on your body, have you asked yourself why is it you are overweight to the point where you don’t like it.
If your body defines you, if it is your representative of yourself to the world, if it is one of the most important aspects of yourself, why do you find it so difficult to lose weight? Have you asked yourself, really asked yourself about this? And if you asked yourself why you are having such great difficulty losing weight, did you come up with an answer that enables you to do something about it?
It is all well and good to go right to exercise and dieting as a solution for this predicament. Unfortunately, as most always happens, dieting and exercise is no match for the psychology behind the predicament of your body being so important to you and being unable to lose your unwanted weight. To do something about this predicament you really should turn to the very psychology that’s causing the predicament in the first place.