Stop overeating 6/30


So, to carry on from yesterday I wanted to come up with some bridge thoughts. I think I’ve identified that my issue is not that, “I can’t get to 118lbs,” but rather that I’m either not writing down my food plan OR I’m not following it.

The thoughts that cause these actions are, “I never stick to my meal plan,” or “protocol has never worked for me before,” or “this isn’t sustainable,” or “I’m too tired to write out protocol.”

I want my actions to be, “write out protocol every night” and, “I stick to protocol no matter what.”

My thoughts about this are: I am capable of following through on what I say I will do, I CAN keep commitments to myself, I honor the relationship I have with myself, I’m building a relationship with myself, my relationship with myself is better than it’s ever been, I’m proud of the relationship I’m building with myself, I trust myself to write protocol every night, I do it to honor my promise to myself, the relationship with myself is the most important relationship in my life and I honor it, I respect myself, I matter to myself.

C Goal to write out protocol nightly
T I absolutely CAN keep the promises I make to myself no matter what the relationship with myself is the most important relationship in my life and I honor it, I respect myself, I matter to myself.
F Capable
A I write out protocol every night
R I actually DO keep the promises I make to myself no matter what.

That felt REALLY good. It’s clear that I don’t think I matter enough to keep commitments to myself. I didn’t know I felt that way.

That’s what I am going to report on today because I am legit tired and am going to now write my protocol before bed because I matter and I love myself and I want to honor the relationship I have with myself.

This might be the first time I have said those words and meant it.