One component of addiction is denial. (Denial is a state of mind marked by a refusal or an inability to recognize and deal with a serious personal problem.) You might […]
If you or your employees are gaining weight, you may be a part of the problem.
Remember the days when you actually put on a hat and coat, waited for […]
If you are a compulsive overeater, a binge eater, or a food addict, it becomes particularly problematic during the holidays where there is more food, more often, in more volume than […]
When the stock market goes down does your weight go up?
Do you eat because of stress, tension, anxiety, and pressure? Have financial woes given you additional reasons to eat […]
When trying to lose weight, there are certain foods that each person is more attracted to than other foods. Some find the morning cup of coffee quite addictive. To others […]
What do you look like? How big (or small) are you? How tall (or short)? How much do you weigh?
When I ask participants how much they use to weigh […]
Weight gain is an evolutionary process. Some people call it creeping weight. The scale turtles inexorably upward – a tight skirt, a belt notch, an I-can’t-zip-up-my-pants inch at a time. […]
In order to identify hunger, you must first understand what it is. This is not as easy as it seems. Many of you may never have let yourself experience true […]
Nowhere does the Four Stages of Addiction come into play more powerfully than when you resist changing a habit relating to the foods in which you self-medicate. For most of […]
If you've been trying to figure out the weight-loss game for as long as I've been coaching people – several decades – you've most likely been trying to avoid food, […]