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I Need to Change my Mindset


Last week was not a fun week for me. I could never get control of where I wanted to be and what I was doing. I found myself numb, a bit self loathing, depressed and so on…. as I woke up about 3 hours before I usually do this morning I started really stressing about the scale knowing that it would reflect how my week had gone.
I decided that I was not going to weigh myself today and just work, again, this week to try and get on the path I really want to be on. In order to do that, I have to work on my mind.
When I opened my mail this morning I received a Video from a blogger I follow and she happened to have a good friend of hers, a nutritionist talking about how our negative thoughts affect our health. PERFECT for today and much better than I could have said it. Please check it out below, just hover over the blue lettering and it will allow you to click and see the video, you can fast forward to about 55 seconds.
I would love to chat about what you thought, come back and leave a comment when you have watched.

Are you aware of your negative thoughts?


Author: SuesHealthierLife

I love helping people with their Bucket List Travel and to learn the habits of health to live a happier healthier life. At this time in life I enjoy spending time with my family being a NANA, playing tennis, reading. enjoying true friendships and living my Bucket List Life

6 thoughts on “I Need to Change my Mindset

  1. Thanks Sue. That was great snd

  2. Thanks Sue. Perfect timing. I was sitting here this morning having a chat with myself about how I’m feeling-frustrated, defeated, overwhelmed and reminding myself that the reason I feel that way is because I got my eyes off the prize. Every time I think I’ll just take a quick break it turns into a big setback and the feelings of failure are waiting in the wings. If I do what I know is right then the results will come. I have been struggling with how slowly I’m losing. I am working out so hard and eve

  3. I loved this! I always knew stress and negativity are destructive to our health, but the way he explained it put it into perspective. I am a master of self-talk. However, it is something I am working very hard at changing. Learning to be more mindful and aware! To me it all all circles back to stop, challenge and choose. These three words are powerful. Thank you for sharing this, Sue.

  4. Hi Sue! I LOVE this too! I have been working with this with my eating disorder therapist I am seeing. It is so true, but yet, difficult to do sometimes. It is one day at a time and one thought at a time. Being mindful and not just reactionary, takes skill and practice. “Practice makes perfect” , and “Fake it until you make it” are two sayings that come to mind, that can break the habit of negative self-talk. Thanks for sharing this Sue!

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