When it comes to weight loss, we all know the drill.
You finally decide to take it seriously and set a strict diet for yourself. Maybe initially, you even see some results, but over time most people fall off the wagon and end up right back where they started… and are left with the feelings of disgust, hopelessness, and frustration.
Have you tried dieting and weight loss programs and been disheartened by the lack of success?
Dr. Aviva Romm offers a refreshing perspective on a person’s desire to “lose weight.” She says, “… ‘dieting’ doesn’t really work, at least not sustainably. I work with patients to heal their relationships with food and help them learn to make healthy food choices. This often means healing their relationship with their self-esteem, and may even require digging deep into the origins of food and eating dysfunction.” The process is about regaining one’s true vitality.