Challenge Your Faulty Thinking
Key #1 is "right thinking." That doesn't mean you can "think yourself thin," but you need to become aware of your faulty thinking and then challenge it in order to change your weight. Use these four questions as a yardstick in gauging whether your internal dialogue is rational and productive. They can help pave the way to positive and empowering thoughts in your own life.
- Is your internal dialogue true?
- Does your internal dialogue serve your best interests?
- Does your internal dialogue advance and protect your health?
- Is your internal dialogue helping you achieve your weight-management goals?
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