You feel frustrated with your weight and health.
You have tried multiple times to “get healthy” so that you can feel happier within yourself. Each time you begin a new habit, you simply can’t sustain it. One slip up and you give up; you feel stuck in an endless cycle leaving you feeling sad and helpless.
This affects your confidence. You don’t want to see people and socialise because you don’t feel comfortable in your own skin.
You find it difficult to be physically active around your family and you are aware that it will get worse if nothing changes.
As a result, you also find it difficult to express your real self and you don’t want to draw attention to yourself.
You ask yourself why you can’t get it together. You reach a point where you don’t want to bother any more – after all nothing works. At this stage, you’ve tried it all: the tips, tricks, diets, bootcamps, gym. The list is endless.
Yet, deep down in your heart, you feel that there must be a way. Your health is too important for this to be impossible.
You know that what you really need is the motivation and strength to keep going when you trip or fall.
You seek the self-love and self-talk that will help you through your biggest challenges to prop you back up and stop self-sabotaging Read on…
You simply want to be the best version of yourself; someone who feels happy, confident and who no longer shies away from life, but instead fully embraces it. However, you know this won’t be possible without prioritising yourself.
Does this sound familiar?
I GET IT. I’VE BEEN THERE BEFORE.
I used to tell myself that one day when XYZ happens, I would change…
But then I realised that if I spent the rest of my life settling for less, and prioritising everyone else but myself, nothing would ever change for me. In fact, I would simply find excuses to justify why it wasn’t going to be possible and continued being unhappy.
You may feel like now is not the right time. If that is the case, I encourage you to ask yourself: “When is the right time? How much more time, energy, money and emotions do I need to sacrifice to feel ready to break the cycle that has been preventing me from embracing the happy, healthy and confident me?
“Discovering why I used to eat the way I did and why it seemed so impossible for me to stick to right decisions has certainly put me on a very positive path which has started and I believe will continue to lead me to the healthy me I have always dreamt of.”