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In this episode I talk about my trip with my sisters to the mountains. I go over an eating experience, and how different thoughts create different actions.

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Most of us believe if we’re not a naturally thin woman, we can’t become one. But, it’s possible to become one by how we decide to think on purpose.

There’s a difference between thinking like a naturally thin woman and thinking like a naturally thin HEALTHY woman. Listen in as I talk about the difference, and how you can start thinking differently today on purpose, and how it can change how you are around people and food! This holiday season decide on purpose. It might make the difference between gaining or losing weight for good!

Enjoy the show!

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We are continuing with the model, and how it applies to the food you eat or don’t eat.

Many of my clients and students believe certain foods cannot be resisted. They have believed this for so long, they believe this to be a fact, BUT, it’s just a thought, that’s all.

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Listen in today as I talk about a client who believed she couldn’t resist chocolate. Watch how that thought alone created her eating the chocolate every single time.

ModelC. Walking by a piece of chocolate.

T. I can’t resist eating chocolate.

F. Powerless.

A. Eat the chocolate that is sitting there.

R. Continue to prove you can’t resist chocolate.

New model:

C. Walking by chocolate.

T. It’s just chocolate, I can choose to eat or not.

F. Powerful (in control.)

A. Don’t eat it.

R. It’s just a choice I choose to make.

What do you think around certain foods? It all starts with becoming aware. You can’t choose to change a thought if you don’t know you’re thinking it to begin with. Awareness is everything.

Enjoy the show.

Follow me on Facebook and see me live every Monday at 11:30 a.m. Eastern, 10:30 a.m. Central, 9:30 a.m. Mountain, 8:30 a.m. Pacific on Mindful Mondays with Dr. Deb.

To get your free copy of the Thinner Peace in Menopause and Beyond Podcast Companion please go to http://drdebbutler.com/change. This will make it even easier to follow along with me on future podcasts.

If you like what I’m talking but think you need more guidance, I am offering a free consultation to my listeners to answer any questions you might have about anything I’ve talked about, such as keeping a food journal. Just go to http://drdebbutler.com/workwithme.

Please leave me an honest rating and review on iTunes at http://drdebbutler.com/itunes. It will help me reach more women who struggle with these issues. Here’s how to rate and review on iTunes: http://drdebbutler.com/rate. Thank you!

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Ep 55 Stop Comparing Your Insides to Someone Else’s Outsides

Today I read you a quote from one of my favorite authors Anne Lamont. I find after working with women for the last 10 years, that they are constantly comparing themselves to other women and making themselves feel bad. Anne Lamont puts it brilliantly in this quote: Everyone is screwed up, broken, clingy, and scared, […]

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Ep 48 What to do When You Feel Burned Out

In this episode, I answer a podcast listener’s question that she asked me on Facebook. I thought it was so common, I wanted to address it on this episode to help as many of you as possible with the same problem. Here’s her question: Do you have any tips for feeling somewhat burnt out on […]

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Ep 46 Just Because It’s Hard Doesn’t Mean You’re Not Worth It

I keep coming to the same place where I must make the same decision for myself: Am I worth it or am I not? You do too, even if you’re not aware that you are. This podcast is always bringing us back to paying attention to what’s going on in our minds without judgment. This […]

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Ep 28 Using Mindfulness to Stay on the Rails After a Binge

In this episode we discuss what the mindful next step is when you go off the rails. I have a lot of clients who tell me they went off the rails when they overate non-fuel foods at a meal. Most of them seem to make it mean they were “bad” and as long as they […]

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Ep 25 Project You. Putting Yourself First To Lose Weight

In this episode we will discuss how to put yourself first, make yourself your #1 project and make your other projects secondary to YOU. You know how to do this because you know how to do big projects, but you have never considered yourself your major project. I’ve been talking a lot to you about […]

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Ep 21 How to be MindFUL in Social Situations and Not MindLESS When Eating and Drinking

Welcome to Episode 21! Today I am sharing with you how you can be mindful in social situations when eating and drinking with other people. Many of my clients believe they can’t handle social situations, but this is just a limiting belief they have learned. I go over a letter from one of my listeners […]

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Getting Through the Hard Times

When you’re in the thick of a difficult time, you feel like there’s no way out! That’s exactly how I feel right now. Right now, writing this to you is hard for me. But maybe this blog post will be part of my healing. Talking about it and being vulnerable. “I’m a loser.” That’s what […]

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Are Poisonous Thoughts Preventing Your Weight Loss?

I had such an interesting coaching session with another beloved client of mine today who has been frustrated because she hasn’t been able to lose weight. This session blew both of our minds. Today she was talking about her job – she’s got a rocking business! The field she’s in is mostly male-dominated. (This is […]

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