Understanding Top Dog-Under Dog Thinking

This self-torture game is the real reason you repeatedly fail to get your goals. What's worse is that you've failed so many times already that you are expecting to fail again. A recipe for disaster. Slapping a coat of paint on a water leak crack in the wall ain't fixin' nothin'. You already know that willpower doesn't cut it.
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Are you fed up with disappointing yourself?

You start each week with noble goals. That to-do list quickly deteriorates. You should work out, but you’re too busy or tired or you don’t feel like getting all sweaty.

You promised yourself you would eat right and cook up a nice meal, but there are 10 things that urgently need to get done so instead, you stuff your face with a bagel, and that chocolate laying on the kitchen counter is calling your name.

You throw your hands up in despair and want to hide away from your flabby fate.

Totally exhausting, isn’t it?

This ‘I should do this, but I want to do that’ debate was identified by Fritz Perls as Top Dog-Under Dog Thinking. This self-torture game is the real reason you repeatedly fail to get your goals. What’s worse is that you’ve failed so many times already that you are expecting to fail again. A recipe for disaster. Slapping a coat of paint on a water leak crack in the wall ain’t fixin’ nothin’. You already know that willpower doesn’t cut it.

People who live a slim fit lifestyle are using their subconscious mind to help them. You can learn how too. See what a hypnosis session can do, so that you can finally check off everything on your to-do list, and start Healthy Living a healthy and happy lifestyle.

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