With a background in nursing, wellness and fitness, Sandy Robertson has been launching behavior change programs in corporate and hospital settings for over twenty-five years. She has counseled hundreds of individuals and conducted weight loss classes for thousands. Her extensive professional experience has revealed that losing weight is significantly impacted by the psychology of eating. Having gone on her own successful weight loss journey, Robertson knows that addressing the psychological root of overeating can shave time from a weight loss plan. There is a lot that goes into why we eat and when: our history, our emotions and our culture. But the good news is that we can learn more about why we eat and make wiser selections to become discerning eaters. Robertson shares helpful meditations and powerful exercises to create awareness of how emotions and feelings affect food intake, launching you on a journey of self awareness and major positive change in your weight and in your life. Why Am I Eating This? provides a map to help you journey beyond self-sabotaging patterns and old ingrained relationships with food to a self-nurturing and empowering state. This simple program is the key that will free you from the endless ups and downs of being overweight and unhappy. It is as easy as turning on a lightbulb in your mind and will give you results as soon as you start!
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Why Am I Eating This?: 7 simple steps to re-train your mind about food 2012-08-13 19:44:11 Miriam Knight
The value of this book is the simplicity and directness with which Sandy Robertson presents and integrates all the most important factors in weight management. I purposely don't say weight loss, because the other side of that coin is weight gain, which usually follows weight loss in the proverbial yo-yo effect. Sandy helps you get a handle on why YOU are overeating, so you can develop your own strategies for creating a new and healthy relation to food forever. You should gain good insight into your own behavior from reading it, and a good measure of self-control from using the meditations.
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