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4 Tips To Help You Win Back Control Of Your Eating

...ner, a busy week at work – all of sudden you’re breaking the rules you swore (just a week ago) that this time you’d stick to. You feel guilty that you’ve eaten foods you said you wouldn’t, disgusted with yourself that you’ve eating more than you wanted to, and ashamed you’ve failed yet again. The more rules you break, the more you beat yourself up, the harder it is to get back on track. It’s ironic really, but the harder you try ...

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10 Ways To Promote Positive Body Image In Young People

...ou are bored or just because it’s there? Except in the case of eating disorders, which can interfere with your body signals, checking in to see if you are really hungry before you eat is a helpful step. Tip #6: Eat Regularly Eating every 3-4 hours and avoiding long periods without food protects against overeating later on. Tip #7: Every Body Is Different We are all made to be different, and that’s a good thing. Work towards accept ...

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What Teen Girls Need To Know About Dieting

...s in water weight, not fat loss – you’re not actually changing your body weight. The take home message? The more radical you are in your attempts to lose weight, the more your body will fight to keep you at your “set-point”. Eating far less than what your body needs won’t help you to lose weight. Dr. Sarah Hughes is a clinical psychologist and the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults,. ...

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7 Tips To Help Your Teen Eat Well

...gy for the morning. So your teen has enough energy for the day, encourage them to eat 3 meals and 2-3 snacks per day. Tip #2: Be A Role Model As a parent, you are the biggest and most important influence to get your teenager eating well. If you’re a good role model, your teenager is much more likely to eat well. Don’t expect to influence your children’s eating habits if you tell them to eat their vegetables while you hardly eat them yourself ...

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This Is Why You Need To Know Who Your Daughter Follows On Social Media

...hey’re only worthwhile if they’re skinny, but you can’t control your audience, only your words. Unintentionally, your thinspiration could be the difference between someone developing body confidence and someone developing an eating disorder. You will probably disagree with me, argue that I’m wrong, but what if I’m not wrong….what if I’m right and your words trigger an eating disorder in someone who might otherwise no ...

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Build Body Confidence: Break Free From The Number On The Scales

...ke you happy (it doesn’t) or feel so disappointed that you’re not as happy at your goal weight as you expected that you return to old eating habits and regain the weight you worked so hard to lose in the first place. Healthy eating and exercise are important, but they’re important for more reasons than just weight loss. Good nutrition and regular exercise can help to reduce stress and boost your mood, and they’re also important for you ...

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How To Make Healthy Lifestyle Changes

..., build upon changes you have already made, and take things one day at a time. Tip #3: Plan Ahead Preparation, planning and ongoing commitment are critical when you’re trying to achieve change. If your goal is to change your eating habits, planning meals in advance and making sure you have all the ingredients to cook healthy dinners during the week will reduce the temptation to order take-out when you arrive home from work to find the fridge...

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How To Find Your Life Balance

...likely to find a better balance between the tasks you have to do to fulfill your responsibilities, and the tasks you need to do to maintain your wellbeing. You might figure out that cycling to and from work two days a week, eating vegetarian once a week, and seeing your best friend for dinner once a fortnight works well for you. Or you might find that a long jog or hike once a month mixed with some gym sessions, healthy eating during the week,...

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Stop “Shoulding” All Over Yourself

...liefs. Try to figure out and normalise what you might be experiencing before trying to “should” your way out of it! Jessica is a Clinical Psychology Registrar with experience working in outpatient, inpatient and day program settings. She works with a range of presentations, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and trauma. Jessica has a special interest in working with children, adolescents and adults experiencing eating disorders and...

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The Key To Ditching Decision Making Guilt

...improve their quality of life, enhance adaptive coping/functioning, and reduce suffering. Kim works with a range of presentations including drug and alcohol problems, addiction, issues relating to managing intense emotions, eating disorders and eating related difficulties, low self-esteem and identity issues, relationship difficulties, trauma, stress and coping, anxiety disorders, depression, sleep disorders, personality disorders, and complex...

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