Posts Tagged ‘weight’

The worst feeling in the world is when someone asks you when you’re due — a month after you’ve delivered. But let’s face it, most moms don’t wear their old jeans home from the hospital, or for many months afterwards. It seems with subsequent children and advancing age, it gets harder and harder to lose that baby weight. Read on »

Judgment is both a symptom and a cause of addiction. Addicts tend to think that everyone else is wrong and that the world should be as they want it to be. Self-judgment is a major factor in the cause of addiction. One slang term for addiction is a fix. To consistently “need to fix,” something implies that it is broken, sick or dysfunctional. The addict consistently vacillates between feelings and thoughts of grandiosity and feelings of utter hopelessness and helplessness. The two extremes, seeing one’s self as “not enough” or “not worthy” is an important self-judgment that contributes to the cause of addictions. Lack of self-acceptance and acceptance of others continually perpetuates the “need to fix” addictions. Read on »