Tell me a way to lose weight and I have tried it.
I have been too thin and too thick and never longer than one month I was
able to keep a healthy weight.
When I was advised to contact her I initially didn't want to because she
wouldn't be able to tell me anything new.
A sprained ankle and a doctor on duty who pointed confronted me with my
overweight, made that I couldn't take it anymore.
I came home crying and decided to make an appointment.
My expectation for that initial consultation was completely wrong.
The first thing I had to do was abandon all sugar from my diet and eat
regularly. I got an exercise schedule with the advice to take a walk of
at least fifteen minutes every day at a same time.
The first weeks I realized how chaotic my life was and that the simple
assignments were hard to practice.
Since I took the sugar out of my diet I noticed that I had lost weight,
had become less emotional and my thinking was more calm.
I had an assignment to look at the relationship between
underweight and the underestimation of myself and between
overweight and the
overestimation of myself.
It was surprising to recognize this pattern in my life.
After a visit to my parents it went totally wrong.
They had not wanted to consider my wishes that I didn't
want to use sugar anymore. They found it crap that I was trying to lose
weight again because I was an overweight person and that wasn't going to
change. I give in by staying for dinner but when I got home I went
straight into binge-eating.
Afterwards was this my breakthrough because I felt what
it did to me.
Again I was more emotional and more chaotic.
This was much worse than that my weight had
At that point the realization hit me about what she had been telling
that it had everything to do with repairing my metabolism in
order to achieve a stable healthy weight.
She came back on track and the last year she has a stable
healthy weight. She eats healthy, doesn't use sugar without missing it
anymore and is enjoying her sports.
In her last email she wrote that she was happier than