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What Do You Want?
An Acknowledgement of What IS.
Binge = Response to Starvation
Enough is Enough
A Fork in the Road
Emotional Eating (2)
Train of Thought
Rule or Principle? - Internal vs. External Control
Good Food, Bad Food
Favorite Way to Spend Time
Woking: to Stay on the Road and to Move Forward
Tomorrow and Yesterday
My Basic Long-Term Weight-Maintenance Strategy
Habits are the Solution, Not the Problem
Body Chemicals Signal the Brain which Suppresses the Urge to Eat.
Eating & Emotions … Need and Desire are Not All that Separate.
Eating Tasty Food Tickles the Brain’s Pleasure Centers.
Eating causes the Brain to Generate Feelings of Satisfaction, Comfort, and Well-being.
All Pleasurable Feelings Come from the SAME Brain Areas.
Love is an Emotion which Includes Feelings of Attraction and Affection.
When Can Women Stop Trying to Look Perfect?
Experimenting with Subtraction
Eating Patterns - Morning vs Evening
Review of the Three Principle Concept
You Get What You Get (and don't throw a fit)
Knowledge vs Feelings
Your Thoughts and Feelings aren’t “About” Anything
Self-help and Mental Techniques
Cravings + "Mindfullness, the No-Diet, Diet Book " - Book Review
The Inside-Out Revolution - Book Review
Biological Adaptations that Promote Weight Regain
Natural Eating Perspective
Eating Kale Doesn't Make You a Better Person.
Created by Me
Embracing Imperfections as a Path to Success
Eating Disorders Revisited
How Fast...How Much...Weight Lost After Gastric Bypass?
I'll Be Happy WHEN...
Stop When You're Full? - Intutive Eating 3
Eat When You're Hungry? - Intuitive Eating 2
How I'm Supposed to Feel
Ditching Diets - A Book Review
The 5 Bite Diet - A Diet Review
You Can Do Hard Things
Snack Yourself Slim - A Review
Encouragement & Support
When you've Got to Go.
Standing up to your Friends
French Toast on a Diet
Hunger After Weight-Loss
Burnout or Stress
We Deserve Love
Processed Foods Are Powerful
What is Hope?
Our Own Approval
Discipline or Self-Discipline
Mutually Exclusive Goals
Labor Day Weekend
Forget Your Diet?
Choices and Responsibility
“Slipping” in Maintenance
Experiment of One
Chinese Chicken Salad
Staying Open to New Information
Not a Bed of Roses
Building a Habit takes Energy.
Chocolate Cinnamon Bread Pudding
It feels hard because it IS hard.
What Do you Say To Yourself?
The Endless Search for Why
No Point in Dieting?
Weight Maintenance Challenges
Hunger, Appetite, and Cravings
Live and Learn?
The Ultimate Goal
Tips and Inspiration
Be Kind to Yourself
Sorting Through Nutritional Information
Kindness and Body Image
Is Bingeing an Eating Disorder?
Finish each day and be done with it.
Work, Love, Dance
Wisdom with Age?
Going to VidCon
Dealing with Setbacks
The Space Between
A Common Problem
Maintenance As Compared to Weight-Loss
Our Thoughts Make Our World
There's no Generic Plan
What One Believes
Awareness and Confidence
How Often Should We Eat?
What I CAN do
The person you were meant to be
Anything is possible...but with qualifications
More About Attitude
Dieting a 24/7 commitment
Fall on your face
Be Who You Are
Better than what?
Our Ideal Self
Doing the Impossible
It's my choice
Ride Out The Wave
Meal Frequency - How Often Should I Eat?
Weight Loss Surgery - 18 Years Ago
You Can Choose to Think Differently.
Taubes - Chapter 14 - Injustice Collecting
Taubes - Chapter 10 - History of Lipophilia
Taubes - Chapter 07 - Thermodynamics for Dummies, Part 2
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