Reverse The Relapse is for women who have had a Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve or a Lapband in the past, who are now seeking support, strategies and tools to avoid self sabotage and weight re-gain after weight loss surgery. Georgie is a Psychologist who works in a WLS clinic and will be having a conversation that no one has had with you about what happens after the honeymoon period ends.
How Procrastination Is A Form Of Sabotage
Have you ever committed to something that you know would really help you, and then you’ve taken no action?
It got me thinking about procrastination as a form of sabotage and I thought it would be great to explore this on the podcast as I think this can be a common block for many listeners.
We know that Sabotage is sneaky. It happens at the subconscious level.
Sabotage looks like resistance. We can’t seem to get started, or we get started and we stop.
Listen to learn more!
How To Identify Why You Are Sabotaging Yourself?
How do we know what sabotage block we are sitting with that’s affecting our eating and weight?
If you are not where you want to be with your eating and weight, it's more than likely that there's a sabotage block (or a combination of blocks) that are in control of your eating and weight. Such as all or nothing thinking, perfectionism, eating to numb out etc.
In this episode I share with you how to identify what's going on with eating and weight with these 4 simple questions.
Why You're Not Changing
This last weekend I was at a professional development course and was paired up with a buddy who wanted to work on her weight regain.
She lost 60kg a few years ago and started to receive male attention, and whilst part of her enjoyed it, another part of her felt overwhelmed and she didn't know what to do with this new attention.
This was an identity issue.
Listen to this episode if you want to change your eating and weight, but you're repeating the same eating patterns each day.
From Food As My Friend To Freedom After Weight Loss Surgery
Julie had struggled most of her life with her eating and weight and described food as being her friend and it meant everything to her. Like most WLS patients she tried everything to lose weight and then had WLS surgery a few years ago. All was going well until a traumatic event at work which set off the weight gain spiral.
Hear Julie's inspiring story as she has stepped into her V2.0 self and the power of upgrading her mind.
How To Feel Free To Eat What I Want Without Going Out Of Control?
Today is a question that has come up a lot recently in the WLS clinic that I thought would be helpful to share. This is a quick, easy and helpful tip for you to use that’s in the moment when deciding what to eat, whilst not going out of control with food. I used it actually on Sat night when I was out to dinner!!!
Where Are You Not Trusting Yourself Enough?
Last week my almost 2 year had another seizure, and I was surprised at how I responded.
Do you think of worst case scenarios of how you will respond to future events? "I'll fail" "I can't do it" "I'll be a mess"
That's exactly what was happening for me, until I was in that exact same situation...and my response surprised me!
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