Changing my Inner Dialogue

This one thing has been the hardest for me to change.

Who knew that I didn’t have to believe that inner negative bitch talk? Deciding to come from a place of compassion instead of hate has made this process so much easier.
I used to beat myself up for overeating. “You’re not good enough, you don’t deserve it, you’ll always be fat.” That was my inner dialogue.

Last night had a complete binge. Dark chocolate covered walnuts, potato chips, pecan rolls. Yum! Woke up feeling bloated and like total crap. Got on the scale and am up 2 lbs. But my new inner voice says “Could be worse, so what are we going to do today to get back on track?”

Change never comes from a place of contempt or loathing. Are you speaking kindly to yourself? What are the positive things you can focus on instead?

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Have an awesome day! Until next time.

Published by Andrea

I’m the go to friend and family member if you need something done. But I don’t give myself the same commitment. I say no more! This is the end of my life long yo-yo dieting. No more quitting projects halfway through. No more giving up on myself. Period!

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