A Client Designed Process
Similar to hypnosis, weight loss is a process. Most clients will have the motivation to begin, or continue, their weight loss process. Typically, the client will have an exercise plan and diet in mind. Perhaps both have worked before or are working presently. However, there might be one, or more, considerations (interferences) that need to be addressed.
These considerations might include:
- Reducing carbohydrates.
- Adding foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, or beans.
- Reducing snacking the client considers inappropriate to their diet.
- Reducing beverages like soda or those with high fructose corn syrup.
- Not continuing to eat after “feeling full.”
- Eating smaller portions of main meals.
- Altering an eating pattern that was developed during childhood.
In addition, there is the possible expense of slowly replacing a current wardrobe with newer clothing as weight declines and the body becomes slimmer. Also, the consideration of how meal planning might change when preparing meals for a family. The above are just a few of the concerns my clients mention. I attempt to address all concerns to the satisfaction of the client to assist them to meet their objectives.
My perspective is the client knows the best way is to proceed and I assist the client to meet their objective. This is intended to be done in a consistent, and health appropriate, process that can be maintained over time. The process is designed by the client to maintain confidence in the ability to achieve the objective. The objective is designed to feel good and feel like success.
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Disclaimer: The “Just Suppose Blog” shares ideas in exploring personal progress as derived from various sources. It is intended as information only and is not intended as advice to engage in any specific physical or mental activity. Always consider whether these ideas, concepts, techniques & activities are right for you and always confer with your health professionals.