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Using Psychology to Lose Weight Means Supplementing Your Good Intentions

Posted Aug 21 2012 5:00am

Yes, you set your intention. “I am going to lose some weight.” You set your mind to it. “I have made up my mind.” Those of you who have tried to lose your unwanted weight know that your intention to do so doesn’t always carry the day.

It’s a fact that you must supplement your intentions by what will truly implement them. It takes belief that you can do it. It also takes a set of instructions that tell you how to do it. It entails sticking to it, which involves self-regulatory skills and strategies.

Unless you have what it takes to implement your good intentions, your intention to lose some weight might not amount to much.

 

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