In this audio, Dr. Mcayla Sarno discusses mentally conquering setbacks. There’s no such thing as perfection within the 131 Method program. However, people repeatedly beat themselves up over dietary choices. They constantly battle food and emotions. Learn why we do this, how to break habits and embrace setbacks. These strategies help you move forward with a healthier attitude. (And finally feel successful). The key to success is first knowing success is possible. Do you know what you want is attainable? Have you seen, felt and thought about what you desire?
Distorted beliefs about setbacks lead to feelings of failure, or negative self-talk. Self-compassion is the antidote to these feelings. The process involves the reality and notion that setbacks are inevitable. Setbacks, however, are just blessings in disguise. We cannot avoid them. But we continue to live as though we shouldn’t have them. Since perfection doesn’t exist, then logically, we know setbacks are inevitable. Denying that fact only leads to disappointment. So, start rewiring your thoughts with the simple tips below. Listen to the audio for your free session from our favorite mental health expert!
To hinder or slow the process.
So, if it’s simply a slow down, a setback shouldn’t not mean failure.
- Change your definition about the word setback.
- Don’t give setbacks power
- Embrace that your worth and value aren’t on the line
- Normalize setbacks. Make them a part of your schedule
- Do not stop. Instead, step over!
Mcayla is a wealth of information! She is a licensed psycho therapist, a brain training and mindset expert, and a specialist in EMDR therapy. That stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. Dr. Mcayla is the creator of several online programs, including “End Emotional Eating.” She is a consulting expert who helped Chalene put together the 131 Method. (A weight loss, metabolism and hormone program). So, this lady knows all about mentally conquering setbacks!