Who you are today is a direct side effect of the relationships you have in your life.
Your relationship with the scale, your relationship with food, with exercise, with other people, and yes – even with yourself, directly impact the way you think and act. And these behaviors make you who you are.
Most people have a dysfunctional relationship with the scale. We praise it when the number is lower than expected and we curse it when it’s higher.
I continue to believe that removing the scale from your life is one of the best things you can do for your health and happiness.
That doesn’t mean you’re giving up or that you’re burying your head in the sand. It means you’ve taken the steps to create emotional independence from a machine. It means you’re going to start turning inward to validate your behaviors and progress.
For most people, food is an overwhelming controlling force in their life. You treat… Continue Reading