Welcome to Season 7!

No one is harder on us than ourselves. To the point where we inflict upon ourselves the sort of treatment and negative self-talk that we'd never use on other people.

Why are we so often OK with being absolute dicks to ourselves?

In this episode of the show we give the most common examples of how we mistreat ourselves through our weight-loss journey.

We then wrap the show up with practical tips and experience on what you can do to cut yourself some slack and stop being such a dick to yourself!

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Michelle's Story

I’m in my 50's and I want to be happy healthy and fit. I want to be fit so I have the energy not only for daily life but so I can enjoy life. I would like to retire at 60 and travel the world, but I'm worried about my health and if I can handle it

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