When it comes to dealing with urges and cravings, check your thoughts, first.
What is your real struggle?
If you’re like most of my clients, especially in my 6 week program, you’re a very high-functioning, successful person. You have achieved things, you have a good job and family, and this makes it even more challenging trying to troubleshoot what the heck is going on with.
It’s like, “Wow, I’ve done all these great things and I’ve built this life, so whey the heck can’t I figure this one thing out? How do I not have control in this one area??”
It’s super frustrating, it’s totally normal, and we can work through all of it.
And I do this, too!
I will eat healthy and exercise and I want to see pounds fall off my body. The problem is, I’ll do it for like 3 days then get mad that I haven’t lost 10 pounds.
Then I start ruminating about how hard it is and how hard it’s going to be to keep it up long enough to get the results I want, and how much sacrifice it’s going to take… and BAM! All of a sudden I want a cheeseburger.
You see what I’m saying here?
Underneath the craving is my fear of how hard it’s going to be and my fear that I’m not strong enough to do it. That fear is what’s driving the craving.
If you’re ready to get answers, you’re ready for REAL solutions that no one else is telling you about, then you’re in the right place! This is an action-packed checklist for you to get to the bottom of what really fuels your cravings so that you can kick them to the curb and get more of what you want in your recovery and life.
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