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Depriving is Not Love and Weight Loss Hypnosis
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Weight Loss Hypnosis Program

Weight loss hypnosis session philosophy-this weight loss hypnosis mp3 and journal assignment addresses depriving yourself. Depriving is not love. How does it feel when we deprive ourselves? Usually we set ourselves up for failure when we withhold for long period of time. We may manage well for a few days but sooner or later something inside of us builds the desire.

When we deprive ourselves we set up binge eating conditions. Self recrimination follows before a movement back to being restrictive. It is a vicious cycle that requires plenty of energy and is ultimately demoralizing. Is possible to live on a restricted diet forever and ever? It isn’t for most people. It sends a message inside of deprivation. Our subconscious mind will not tolerate being deprived and willpower loses steam. 

Once you are empowered, on a day to day basis, and feeling in charge of your thoughts, feelings and behaviors, moderation can replace the deprivation mindset. Having followed along with the program at this point you may feel ready to give yourself permission to enjoy what it is you have been withholding. This breaks the cycle of restrictive, deprivation, binging and guilt. This downward spiral can be averted with subconscious rehearsal. This allows for a greater sense of control around food.


Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW

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