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What do you turn to when you need to be motivated? What inspires you, what drives you forward? What makes you want to improve professionally, reach a fitness milestone, lose ten pounds, or improve your foreign language skills? Each of us is motivated by different incentives and we are all driven by different forces. My goals will be different from yours, but even if we share a common goal, we will both live with different circumstances and conditions, different challenges and obstacles, different ways of looking at things, and probably also differences in the speed at which we will decide to go forward. Some of us like to wade into things slowly, while others like to approach things by diving into them head-first. When I quit smoking, I did it cold turkey, but for my father, this didn’t work when he wanted to ditch nicotine; he had to slowly cut back on the number of cigarettes until he finally reached zero. Our reasons were different too. He quit when I was 12 years old, because I asked him to (and then I started three years later, duh) and I quit when I was 25 because
We often talk about how society and mass media distort the image of health and give us false information in order to fill their pockets with our money. We are also told that we need to look a certain way, wear a specific size of jeans, and use all kinds of luxury products to feel better, happier, and more fulfilled. At the same time we are flooded with images of unrealistically perfect looking, artificially happy people that we compare ourselves with, labeled as inspirational photos, while all they do is make us feel not good enough for today’s beauty standards. We are pressured to try our best to meet the expectations of other people, and in the process of reaching this impossible goal, we damage our health for the sake of a lower number on the scale.
Pictures of super skinny models, hashtags like #thighgap and #bikinibridge, quotes that promote calorie restriction and chronic over exercising - all these things are like a weapon of mass destruction aimed by advertisers, and by our liking, sharing, and reposting these images we are the ones unintentionally pulling the trigger. One innocent click on the like button can have a huge impact, one negative comme ...
Food Freedom. For some, these are just empty words, for others, this might be an over-exaggeration of a non-existent problem, but for many, this is a life goal with a rocky path leading towards it. People tend to come up with their own version of what food freedom means. Some people might think: “We only live once, I am not going to deprive myself of desserts,” or “I am an adult and nobody is going to tell me what I should or should not eat.” But just like a cigarette smoker usually thinks he can quit any time he wants, people who are very protective of their favorite foods are exactly those who need some real food freedom in their lives. Strong emotional connection between us and our food is not very far from any other addiction, including smoking. As a former smoker and a sugarholic
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