Episode #85: The Most Common Reasons Why Weight Loss May be Scary
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FEAR OF LOSING WEIGHT?!?!
Is that even a thing?
Is it possible that your fear of losing weight is holding you back from ACTUALLY losing the weight?
Well, I’m about to reveal the most common reasons why losing weight may be scary and how these fears may be holding you back from seeing the results you’re after.
I know, it sounds crazy but hear me out. We all have fears, don’t we?
Well, what if I told you that your own fears may be exactly what is holding you back from seeing the results you’re wanting?
It seems a LOT of my clients have been self-sabotaging their progress for YEARS!! It’s hard to see it on a surface level BUT once we dive into things we realize what fears have them stuck and we work through them one at a time.
Burying your fears or dismissing them as silly could sabotage your plans to get healthier.
The first step: Identifying what could be holding you back.
Here are the most common reasons people are afraid to lose weight:
- Fear of the Unknown
- Fear of Relationships Changing
- Fear of Unwanted Attention
- Fear of Failure
- Fear of Giving up What’s Comfortable
- Fear of Embarrassment
How does one overcome these fears?
- Start Small
- Talk through the fears with someone who understands and can help you
- Plan Long Term
You may not think any of these apply to you BUT if you have been struggling with seeing sustainable results when it comes to your health and wellness goals, you may just want to sit down and listen to me elaborate on this.
Conquering your fears may seem like a silly task, but by figuring out the root causes and working with the right strategies, can move closer to your goal of losing weight and getting healthy…without all the struggles!!
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