You can never blend in when you were meant to stand out
The kind words of a sister
Was the film of choice yesterday
What a film
About a boy with a facial deformity adapting to life in mainstream school
As you can imagine
It brought about many emotions
This boy was special
But not for his looks
...for his nature
...for the person he was
Anyway it got me thinking how much mental energy is wasted on one of the following
Stressing over your weight
Worrying about your dress size
Being obsessed with how you look
There’s more to you than that
Are you being as vain as the kids in the movie who called the boy names
Why let that define you?
It’s worth considering.
It’s great when anyone wants to change for the better
To feel better
let’s look at this
If you have to follow a diet plan that leaves you starving
And an exercise routine that leaves you crippled because “you gotta feel the burn”
Well somethings missing...
Aren’t you doing this to feel better?
If you step on the scales and your weight has gone up...
Is that a bad thing?
Are you FAT?
How do you know?
It could be water?
Why do you feel bad?
Even depressed maybe?
If you ate lots of processed foods...
But if you’re eating healthy whole foods
It’s nothing to worry about
Go grab your scales and throw them out your window
Focus on the steps you've been taking
That's what it takes, little steps of progress
That would be more effective
And there’s a better way
One that we dive into as part of the super 12 system
You’ll love your body
That’s definitely a reality for you when you do what works
Get in touch and let’s show you.
Like all good movies
You can be happy in the end too.
All the best
Sam ‘loves a happy ending’ Stocks
Ps. Who would you be if your weight didn’t define you?