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Can’t Get Yourself to Lose Your Unwanted Weight? Try Some Weight-Loss Psychology.

Posted Dec 08 2012 9:06am

What’s it going to take? Where’s the wake up call going to come from?

Have you asked yourself these things?

You caught a peek at yourself in the mirror yesterday in one of the dressing rooms at TJ Maxx. You didn’t like what you saw. “Too fat for my own good,” you said to yourself. “I’ve got to do something about it.”

What will you do? Will you go back to dieting? Are you thinking to yourself that this time you will exercise as well? No more skipping the exercise routine. This time around it will be dieting and exercise.

Okay, but how are you going to get yourself to do these things? Hasn’t that always been the trouble? You say you are going to, but then something happens and you don’t; or you start to and then you don’t; or you do it for a while and then you don’t; or you keep the lost weight off and then you don’t.

What is it going to take

Since we’re big believers in using psychology to lose weight, and with good reason, why don’t you use psychology to lose weight this time? We have lots of information about losing weight using weight-loss psychology. A lot of it is free, and just as good as the not-free stuff. So help yourself. Please! And get started. We’ll help you stick to it this time, all the way to permanent weight loss.

You can go to The Reading Room and the White Paper, both of which are in the left-hand column of this blog at You can also use the search feature to look up whatever it is that is giving you trouble or you would like to know more about.

If you want to have a print book or an e-book to read through and refer to, check out the weight-loss books for women section on the right-hand side of this blog.

If you need more specific help, email us at and we’ll point you in the right direction.


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