Don't Check Arrival Times

Roth, Geneen
December 2005
Prevention;Dec2005, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p71
This article presents the author's view on dieting. She feels that too many people are concerned with an end result and don't take the time look at the path they've chosen to get there. People need to figure out how food functions in their lives and then they will enjoy the never-ending journey they will take in transforming themselves. Once a person understands the reason for an eating problem, they can better deal with it. When a person stops trying to fix an eating problem and arriving at a goal and, instead, begins to think of the process as a journey of transformation then they will begin to enjoy each step.


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