Does trying to please everybody leave you flat, exhausted & scrounging the bottom of the cookie tin each day?
Is it possible that being fake is keeping you overweight?
So you think the fact that you ate two tubs of Cream Cheese, six brownies and a jelly donut BEFORE you ate your dinner has nothing to do with the fact that you plaster a fake smile on your face each day?
“Don’t express your feelings”, they say… “no one wants to hear your problems anyway”.
Well, maybe not, but keeping the real you locked inside a cellophane Doritos bag is not helping either.
Being scared of what people will think of you affects your eating.
Saying “yes” when you’d rather say “no” affects your eating.
And doing things you don’t want to do when you reeeeally don’t want to do them DEFINITELY affects your eating.
If you’re too scared to let your total babe-ness shine like a supernova, then check out how being fake is keeping you overweight…
Watch the episode now
to find out how to be real, stop eating for comfort and grow award winning pansies*
*(okay, no pansy advice, just the other stuff)
If the fake-o you is constantly trying to be, do, and become someone you were never designed to be, it’s going to be a little tricky to make food choices that you feel good about because you’re so busy eating chocolate to feel good that there’s no room left for the occasional apple or carrot stick.
You deserve happiness toooooo!!
It’s safe to be you all of the time. Not just when you’re behind closed doors and you think you can relax , put on your track pants and dance, half naked, around your living room listening to Madonna. Let that little glimmer of ‘crazy’ shine all the time.
DISCLAIMER: Half naked dancing is not recommended in the following locations:
The workplace, your Grandma’s house, or any outdoor location that is not accompanied by a Mardi Gras festival.
Be yo’ self
You are unique! We are all unique and we all shine our own light and yup, you guessed it… that’s EXACTLY how it’s s’posed to be! You’re not born to be a carbon copy of somebody else. You’re not supposed to look like somebody else, be, act, or say the things that other people do. So guess what, cute head? It’s okay to be you.
Shout it out, sista!
What are the needs that you’ve been denying yourself? What are the desires that you have been denying yourself because you have not let your authentic self show?
And how can you change that this week? Comment below!
Remember, the only person who has the power to change your life is you.
You’ve got what it takes.
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