Quotes from The Beck Diet Solution

Judith S. Beck ·  288 pages

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“Feeling overwhelmed by the requirements of your diet     Feeling deprived     Feeling discouraged when you don’t lose weight consistently or lose as much weight as you had hoped     Feeling stressed by other life problems”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“Choose a nutritious diet.     Create time and energy for dieting.     Plan what and when you’re going to eat.     Seek support.     Deal with disappointment.     View overeating as a temporary problem that you can solve.     Cope with hunger and cravings.     Eliminate emotional eating.     Give yourself credit.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“You’ll get to the point where you react differently when you see food you know you shouldn’t eat.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“Remember, the bread will be tempting, but I can resist it. It’s more important to me to lose weight. If I eat the bread, I’ll get momentary pleasure, but afterwards I’ll feel worse.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“don’t start dieting until you’re psychologically ready, which might not be until two weeks from today.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“need to read my Advantages Response Card at least twice a day if I want to resist temptation. It’ll take only a few seconds. It’s not a big deal. I might not need it psychologically today, but I’ll need it soon. I have to cement these reasons in my mind for when the going gets tough.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“To lose weight, I’m going to have to train myself to do what I need to do, not what I feel like doing at the moment.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

“But I’m not naturally thin. I do struggle. I do deserve credit every single time I think about something in a helpful way or engage in helpful behavior.”
― Judith S. Beck, quote from The Beck Diet Solution

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