The all or nothing approach. Does this sound like you?
- I often think: “I’ve ruined it already so I may as well…
- I eat really well during the week but I blow out on the weekend.
- Seeing a number on the scale that I did not want makes me feel like I’ve failed.
- I punish myself with exercise, detoxes, counting calories when I haven’t been good enough.
- I have tried to quit sugar/alcohol/carbohydrates only to binge on them later.
- I feel guilty after I eat ‘bad’ food.
- I make myself do 30-day ‘clean eating’ or fitness challenges when I feel guilty.
- I feel like nothing I ever do is good enough.
Having these incredibly unattainable standards sets you up to feel like a failure.
All-or-nothing thinking keeps you stuck, unhealthy, and unbalanced.
You become unable to eat anything in moderation and are constantly yo-yo-ing from one extreme to another, flipping from restriction to binge eating or inactivity to over-doing with exercise.
From feeling motivated and excited to feeling like it’s not even worth trying.
Well, I’m here to tell you to cut it out! Stop putting so much pressure on yourself to get it all perfect.
We are busy people in a hectic world, challenges will arise and life is not perfect.
If you can relate to one or more of the above, you probably have an all-or-nothing approach and can benefit from making a mindset shift, having accountability, and the right guidance.
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Start being kind to yourself, drop me a message it’s time to get this under control once and for all!