Sep 25, 2020
Being self-critical is a part of being
And when we are overweight or obese, often we link our thoughts
about not being good enough to our weight and our inability to lose
it, or our inability to lose it and maintain that loss.
The problem with doing this, with thinking negative thoughts
about ourselves when we tend to use food to help us to feel better,
is that we are making the situation worse. We are adding fuel to
When we tell our selves things that mean we’re not good enough,
or think thoughts that leave us feeling inadequate, worthless,
lazy, unconfident, frustrated or uncertain. We then eat to avoid
Today I give you five things you can consider and do to help you
start believing that you’re good enough.
CLAIR MACKENZIE IS A LIFE & WEIGHT COACH WHO HELPS FEMALE
PROFESSIONALS AND ENTREPRENEURS LOSE WEIGHT BY TRANSFORMING THEIR
RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND THEMSELVES FOR LIFE
Clair’s uses an array of coaching tools and techniques to help
women, who are done with dieting, take control of their eating
whilst increasing their self-belief and self-worth.
“There is nothing more rewarding than helping someone
overcome their detrimental relationship with food so that they can
thrive in optimal physical and mental wellbeing.”
After overcoming decades of struggling with her own weight and
losing 6 stone Clair used her experience and coaching
qualifications to create her two programmes; ‘Lose Weight. Live
Life’ for her private clients and her ‘My One Life Academy’
Before following her passion to help women lose weight and
transform their lives, Clair worked for a global blue-chip
organisation in various marketing and consulting roles.
Clair has been featured on the BBC, interviewed for various
podcasts, and loves speaking about how she helps women at
Clair lives in rural Warwickshire with her husband, teenage
children and their two dogs.