The Biggest Weight-Loss Problem Every Woman Faces is She Has to Change
Posted Jan 03 2013 5:00am
Molly moves slowly. She is
on a diet because she needs to lose a lot of weight. Her old keeping-weight-on behavior
is a problem for her. She is trying not to stuff and overeat, as well as not snack
between meals and definitely not eat fattening foods. This is a tall order and
her slow, unsure movements toward these ends are apparent.
Molly’s owner has to take
her in the shop each day and tinker with her. What she did the day before has
to be reset, since it will take time for Molly to substitute the new diet
behavior for the old overeating behavior. She has some of the new behaviors now
but her old weight-gaining behaviors keep cropping up.
Molly’s lucky, though. If
she were a person instead of a robot, she would have to rework her thinking and
her feelings as well as her actual eating behavior.