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Your Emotions and Environment Could Be Hurting Your Weight Loss

Are you struggling to lose weight? Feel like you don’t have the willpower to make it happen?

Your emotional relationship with food and your environment could be hampering your ability to succeed. Knowing whether you are a moderator or a sustainer, knowing which of the “four tendencies” determine your relationship to inner and outer expectations, and identifying the emotional and psychological needs that you are meeting with food can all help you design a weight loss program that properly addresses your emotions and environment.

In this episode I discuss two quizzes made by Gretchen Rubin:

Moderator versus abstainer (more an article than a quiz:

The Four Tendencies

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