Awareness is needed to stop the eating binge cycle of self-sabotage once it has started. With awareness, you will be able to step away, regroup your thoughts, and break the sugar-induced cycle of behavior.
Self-Sabotage comes in many different forms.
Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco. All of these are known to be addictive and can cause self-sabotage in even some of the most dedicated of people. And in my opinion… food can be as addictive as any of the Big Three.
Ponder this: Up until the holiday season started (for some people that start on Halloween and for some Thanksgiving) you had been able to stick with your diets with some struggle. However, when your ‘trigger date’ arrived, you went into the day with the best of intentions, only to find that by noon or for sure by early evening you had eaten more food than you had in the previous week. Self-sabotage had reared it’s ugly head – yet again!
You vow that tomorrow you’ll get it together, but in the meantime, you went to bed with a stomach bloated with food and your head full of remorse.
Learning about who you are, why you’re here, and what you’re passionate about will lead you to self-empowerment.
Self-empowerment is the feeling you get when you understand that you can create first, the change in yourself and..
Secondly, contribute to help others understand that they too have within them the inspiration to create their own transformation. ?
10 Ways to Empower Yourself to Create Change in the World
1. Ground yourself. … 2. Remember that feeling “bad” about things doesn’t change anything. … 3. Focus on issues that speak to your heart, and do something about those. … 4. Avoid becoming overwhelmed. … 5. Find community. … 6. Practice self-compassion, patience, and positive self- reflection. … 7. Be resilient and avoid discouragement. 8. Prioritize your time. 9. Take care of yourself. 10. Remember the power of positive energy, meditation, and prayer.