There are Weight Loss Techniques that Will Give You a New Solution to the Old Problem of “What is the Best Way to Lose Wei
Posted Jan 10 2011 8:14am
There’s a way of approaching problems that opens up brand new possibilities.
Here’s an example of something people think about when trying to solve the problems of the poor in other countries. It’s often supposed that having fewer children would result in fewer poor families. After all, fewer mouths to feed results in more to go around. This is a very reasonable notion.
So, what do you do to implement this concept? Well, the first idea is usually to provide more access to contraception. It’s a direct answer to the problem of too many children to care for with too little money. But—is it the best solution?
Some people studying world hunger and poverty are considering another plan of attack—providing more education for women. Why? Because the more educated a woman is, the fewer children she is likely to have.
What a fresh way to look at the problem! And it sounds like a good solution, doesn’t it?
So, let’s think about a weight problem, such as the one you may have. Start dieting—directly addressing your eating— is a common way women have of trying to fix the problem. Would some fresh thinking produce a better answer?
Let’s stick with the model of more “education”. Suppose you were to concentrate on learning more about yourself: How do you deal with your emotions? What are your personal habits? What are your usual ways of handling day-to-day life, with all its ups and downs, ins and outs, good and bad?
Wouldn’t knowing more about these issues have an impact on your eating behavior? Wouldn’t getting more “educated” about your own, personal problem with food and weight lead to a more solid, lasting solution?
A diet can be an aid, but trying to slap a diet onto your life as the basic solution rarely works. Try some bigger thinking, and see what it can do for you.
That is what to do if you are serious about tackling your weight problem. That is how to really solve it—once and for all.