Tag Archive: Willo Wisotsky

Consistency and Persistence

The Keys to Losing Weight Regain: Consistency and Persistence

February 22, 2021 · 0 comments

What about dieting contributes to regaining the weight you have lost? Dieting starts with the initial motivation and the drive to lose, to maintain the loss, to learn and continue the skills necessary to modify ones eating behaviors “forever.” It’s not with the intent to regain. When dieters regain, is

How to Change an Unhealthy Relationship with Food 1

How to Change an Unhealthy Relationship with Food

January 20, 2020 · 0 comments

What is your relationship with food? Do you have an unhealthy relationship with food? What word comes into your head right now as you're reading about your relationship with food? Comfort, emotional, joy, happiness, pleasure, celebration, love, shame, secretive, disappointment, anger, or hopelessness? Do you feel shameful after negotiating a

The Mental & Emotional Side of WLS

How To Get A Head Start On The Mental & Emotional Side of WLS

May 2, 2018 · 0 comments

Years have gone by, diets have come and gone, maybe disease states have exacerbated and the decision for treatment via weight loss surgery has become more present. Now it’s time to prepare and gain insight into any emotional vulnerability you may have. Questions to Consider for the Mental & Emotional

stay motivated with lifestyle changes

Stay Motivated with Lifestyle Changes & 5 Steps for Your Promise

January 15, 2018 · 0 comments

Learn How you Can Stay Motivated With Lifestyle Changes! Do you recall the excitement you had when you made a decision to embark on lifestyle changes? Can you visualize where you were? What were you doing when the decision and the excitement were there? Keep that image with you for

Transfer Addiction

Shopping: What To Do When You Have a Transfer Addiction

January 23, 2017 · 0 comments

So we all may ask… Can shopping really be a transfer addiction? We may say…but I have lost so much weight and I need to buy more clothes;I look really good and I just want to shop;I feel really good and I want to shop;I can finally shop in ‘normal’