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Self-limiting framework


A person from an early age is taught to do everything according to a pattern - using the general scheme, the adopted decision algorithm. But if in childhood it is really necessary and allows you to adapt in a complex world, then with age, this habit of driving oneself into the frame hinders significantly. We are lost in unplanned situations, unable to approach the problem creatively and see an effective solution if it is beyond the framework of our stereotypes.
In relation to overweight, such a framework is artificially created barriers or commonplace "excuses", allowing under a plausible excuse to disclaim responsibility for their slim body.
So, consider this psychological phenomenon in more detail.

1. To lose weight, you need a lot of willpower.
Opinion about the weakness of overweight people is absolutely wrong. What kind of willpower should one have to carry 20–30 kilograms of excess weight on oneself on a daily basis? It is like carrying full buckets from morning till night.
Contrary to the generally accepted opinion about the lack of will of obese people, psychology suggests otherwise. It is fat people, men and women, suffering from overweight, for the most part have an enviable strength of will. Just think about those achievements that already exist in your life!
Responsible leaders of different levels, mothers who raised several children, people who survived serious life difficulties, largely successful boys and girls ... It is with such successful people that we most often meet on our groups, and it’s impossible to call them weak-willed.
The problem is that, in striving for harmony, a person naturally relies on what he really believes. However, success in the process of gaining harmony is not determined by the will. Remember this as tightly as possible: no one has yet gained long-term harmony with strong-willed efforts. That will, that you already have, is quite enough, and additional training is unnecessary. The task is to redirect part of our volitional efforts to ourselves and transform into care.
In fact, losing weight can be both easy and pleasant, and joyful, and it takes no more willpower than cleaning the house.
2. To lose weight, you need to move more.
This is true when it comes to men. But as for women ... Remember the sign of the recent past - women in orange vests laying asphalt on the roads. Can you imagine a slim girl with a shovel laden with hot asphalt?
On our groups, we repeatedly met fitness trainers who could not get rid of extra pounds with the help of physical education. At best, women (due to physiology) sports and physical activity only help to maintain the achieved result. And no wonder: in order to spend the energy gained from eating a 100-gram bun, you have to walk 10 kilometers.
When losing weight, a person limits himself in food, which in itself is stressful for the body. When you add more and physical stress in the form of increased motor load is obtained "stress in the square."
Hence it is clear that all effective methods should first of all help limit energy consumption, and exhausting physical education is not mandatory and even harmful.
3. To lose weight, you need to starve painfully.
To normalize the weight it is necessary to limit the amount of food eaten. Someone this is easy and simple, but someone is experiencing hunger pangs. Let's see why this happens. The ease of losing weight due to getting rid of food addiction and changed eating habits. And then the amount of food eaten, at which intensive weight loss will occur, will be even subjectively a lot. I remember the words of one of our patients: “I used to buy a bar of chocolate and instantly ate it, before I had time to unwrap the wrapper. One thing was not limited to chocolate. Now, having got rid of addiction to sweets, I eat one tiny piece of chocolate and enjoy the same as before from the entire tile. ”

Feel the difference? Believe me, we constantly hear from people who are on a low-calorie diet and reduce weight: "Satiety comes from a few pieces of food, and in order to 'meet' the suggested minimum calorie content, I have to force myself to eat more." Such a rapid saturation of a small amount of food is the result of getting rid of food addiction. Therefore, almost anyone can lose weight without the painful feeling of hunger.
We are convinced that, by reducing weight, we must avoid the painful feeling of hunger. Only in this case can we hope for a long-term result. In addition, it is very important to be able to well distinguish the physiological feeling of hunger from appetite. And appetite is another story altogether, and about it a bit later.
So, dear reader, it is time to get rid of ballast and fetters and go beyond the boundaries. Believe me, this process can be quite simple. Like in this parable.
Once my husband asked his wife why she, by frying the fish, along with the tail, cuts off almost half of the carcass. She said that she does this automatically only because in her childhood the mother, in preparing the fish, did just that. When the same question was asked by the mother-in-law, she said that she had never thought about what it was for, just once she had learned this from her mother. When the wife’s grandmother was visiting the spouses, she said that there was only one small frying pan in their house, and in order to fit the fish on it, she had to cut off the fish’s mouth with the tail.
Therefore, leave your own previous weight loss experience in the past or for memoirs. If you are reading this book today, then the problem of extra pounds is still relevant for you. Of course, part of the previous experience will come in handy, but much later. After all, the main idea of ​​this book is to get rid of how it was, and learn how it will be.
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