The more confidence and acceptance you put into the world, the more positively people will respond to you.
Have you ever heard the expression, “Attitude is everything?” We want you to consider this idea in terms of how you relate to others in your world. Diet survivors frequently talk about dieting, the wish for weight loss, and negative feelings about their bodies. These behaviors are so common in our culture that they have become the way that millions of people relate to each other. “I was bad today,” or “I feel fat,” are phrases that may be heard in any office lunchroom or among friends getting together. Think about what is communicated by these words.
When you complain about your body size or eating habits, you are telling people that there is something wrong with you. This creates the impression that
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