April 29, 2022

Episode 265: Weighing Your Body, Not Your Self-Esteem

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Do you make sure you poop, pee, and strip butt-ass naked before you weigh in?

Do you carefully balance yourself on the scale, shifting your weight, trying to manipulate the final number?

Does your mood of the day depend on what the scale says?

If so, this is the podcast you need in your life.

Today I’m teaching you…

• The mindset you need when you step on the scale so you can lose weight

(instead of losing your shit).

• The 3 types of “Weightloss Journey Drama” you might do that overcomplicates your weightloss.

• How to stop letting the scale dictate your mood.

• And, you’ll learn what you need to examine MOST to lose your weight. (Hint: it’s not your weight.)

Listen to Episode 265: Weighing Your Body, Not Your Self-Esteem today!

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Transcript

Corinne Crabtree:

Hi, I’m Corinne. After a lifetime of obesity, being bullied for being the fattest kid in the class, and losing and gaining weight like it was my job, I finally got my shit together and I lost 100 pounds. Each week, I’ll teach you no bullshit weight loss advice you can use to overcome your battle with weight. I keep it simple. You’ll learn how to quit eating and thinking like an asshole. You stop that, and weight loss becomes easy. My goal is to help you lose weight the way you want to live your life. If you are ready to figure out weight loss, then let’s go.

Corinne Crabtree:

Hello, everybody. So, today it’s going to be a little quiet on the podcast. Our wonderful Kathy Hartman is on a well-deserved vacation. So, I am left to podcast solo and to teach you guys everything I possibly can about topics and such. So, if you are listening and you are a Kathy Hartman fan, which I think all of us are, never fear, she will be back. She just is spending time with those 400 grandbabies that she’s got and her beloved kin. So, I just wanted to give a little shout-out and just say how happy I am that Kathy has this time to take a moment for herself, because I think it’s important that we all do that.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, today what I want to talk about is, I want to tell you that our membership, the No BS Weightloss membership, if you’re not a member, you’re going to miss out because this month in May, we are going to be doing a brand new course called called Conquering the Scale. And it was really important to me to teach my No BS women how to be able to weigh in. I think the scale is an important guide for our weight loss journey, but it’s not the end all, be all. It’s not the only thing that’s important. It’s not the thing that all of us need to bow down to every morning and say, “Please scale God allow me to feel good about myself for the day.” But many of us do that.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so, I wanted to build an entire course around it, because inside the No BS Weightloss membership, when you join, you go through the No BS Weightloss course where we teach you how to lose your weight. How to think like a whole new person, because we want to quit thinking like someone who is a hopeless dieter. We want to be thinking and taking on the mindset of being a No BS Weightloss woman, where we learn to believe in ourselves instead of doubting ourselves. Where we learn to trust our body versus thinking our body is the enemy.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so, we teach you a lot about the mindset and we also focus a lot of our attention and energy on overeating. Why are we overeating? What are we trying to escape from in our lives? What is food doing for us and what is it not doing for us? How do you have urges to want to overeat at night, at eight o’clock, after a long day, and be able to say no, without it feeling like an excruciating experience? So, when you first join No BS, you’re going to go through the course to unlearn all the habits that we have around eating for comfort, eating for our happiness.

Corinne Crabtree:

I want y’all to enjoy your food, so do not hear me wrong when I say this, bitches, I want you to enjoy your food. But when we are eating for happiness, because we are not creating any other happiness in our lives. And that’s what I mean by that. And then just, making weight loss so much simpler on ourselves. This is why I teach all the four basics. This is why we break down how to use our body as the ultimate guide, so we can free ourselves from having to do complicated math and having to investigate every single piece of food we put in our mouth.

Corinne Crabtree:

We work so much on simplifying weight loss, so that you can lose that extra weight that you’re carrying around physically and mentally. But with inside the membership, we also have other areas that come up when we’re trying to lose weight that often derail us. And one of them is the scale. So many people live and breathe by the scale. They show up each and every week, waiting for the scale to tell them whether or not they’re successful, whether or not they’ll be able to lose their weight, whether or not they’re going to worry. They get on the scale and then reward eat over it, because they don’t know how to reward themselves with their own self talk.

Corinne Crabtree:

They get on the scale and it is the ruler and the dictator of their moods. And so, I created an entire course where we’re going to talk about all kinds of things. And today, what I want to do is, I want to deep dive into one of the concepts and it’s called journey drama. I think a lot of us have what’s called weight loss journey drama. And so, I’m going to just share with you some of the things I’m teaching in this one specific module, because I was looking at everything that we’re going to be talking about. In our course, we’re going over just understanding the scale, it’s called Scale 101.

Corinne Crabtree:

So many of us just have so much bullshit thinking about the scale. We think it’s supposed to go down every week. We think that if we’re not losing at least two pounds a week, we’re a failure. We just have so much crap around the scale that’s not factual, not even based in science. And then, we’re tearing ourselves apart over it. For example, I will have women who won’t lose weight one week, but if they were to look back … And the next episode, I’m going to be talking about how do you go back and look at your data from the week? The things that you did.

Corinne Crabtree:

But what they’ll do is they’ll come to me and they’ll say, “I did everything, Corinne, this week. I did all of it. I was so proud of myself until I stepped on the scale and I gained a pound, or I didn’t lose anything this week.” In their mind, the reason why they’re disappointed is because they think they’re supposed to lose weight every week if they’re behaving. The body doesn’t even work that way. Physiologically, it is impossible to lose weight every single week, even if you do it all perfectly. You are tearing yourself apart, emotionally tearing down your self-esteem based on flawed assumptions about how things are supposed to work on the scale.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, I knew when I created this course, one of the things that we had to address, it’s just getting really clear factually on what the scale does, how it behaves, what’s going on in your body, what to expect. And then, also getting clear on what the scale can and can’t tell you. So often y’all are thinking that the scale can tell you whether or not you’re worthy or not, you’re thin enough, you’re doing things right. You let the scale decide how you think about yourself. The scale can’t tell you that, you are the one that decides that. And you have to learn how to decide that consciously. So, that whole first section we’re going to be diving deep into that.

Corinne Crabtree:

Then we start moving into the second section, which is how do you weigh in like a boss? Once you just understand how the scale works, the next thing we need to do is figure out, well, how do you weigh in like a boss? How do you step on the scale with confidence? How do you step on the scale knowing your brain’s going to throw horse shit all over you? But you pivot like a motherfucker. You decide consciously how to talk to yourself. And so, in this part of the program, I start talking about the mindset, what kind of mindset do we need to even have before, during, and after weighing in? What do we do once we step off the scale?

Corinne Crabtree:

Because if you’re like me, you will weigh in, you will get a number. So, before you get on the scale, if you’re anything like me, you have a whole host of thoughts that come up first. Sometimes my thoughts are, “This is the best way to get to know myself. This is a great opportunity for me to figure out, am I still defining myself by what I weigh?” Sometimes, right before I get on scale, you know what I think? “I hope to God it didn’t go up.” I will have a host of shitty thoughts before.

Corinne Crabtree:

Then there’s the moment of impact, you get on the scale and you look down, a number has revealed itself. That is the next place that we want to listen to our thinking. And one of the things that I’m teaching is, how do you weigh in, see the number, and listen to what automatically comes up? So much about this program is about unwinding and understanding our automatic thinking around the scale that society has taught us, weight Watchers has taught us, personal trainers have taught us. Everybody’s taught us lessons around our body, our weight and what we weigh. Guess who’s not been teaching us? Our own fucking self, deciding what we want to think.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so, this course, during the weighing like a boss, we talk about that, like when you see that number. And then there’s the third part, when you step off the scale. For most people, when you are very attached to the scale, you will think about it all day long. It will pop up, you’re in a meeting, your kid will be doing something, you’ll be eating lunch, and all of a sudden you’re thinking about what you weighed and then your thoughts are running around. And you want to sure that you know how to listen and pivot, so that you’re not making that number mean anything terrible about you, sad, unmotivating, depressing, disappointing.

Corinne Crabtree:

It doesn’t mean you have to be elated, excited, and highly motivated, especially if you had a gain. But what I want to teach in this part is, how do you stop thinking so much about what you weigh and start thinking more about the quality of life you want to give yourself, the things that you want to do for yourself, because you love you, the kinds of conversations you want to have and the kinds of conversations you’d like to stop having? So that you’re not wasting your life only thinking about one part of your life, and that’s how much you weigh.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so, the last module is where we start talking about the scale and our journey with it, where we’re going in the future. And that’s where journey drama comes in. We want to really understand that it’s so normal to have tons of fear and shame around your weight. Most of us, not only do we have a lot of bad information floating around in our head from BMI, what doctors focus on, what they think we should weigh, what trainers have told us, what Weight Watchers have said, and that all gets addressed earlier, but journey drama is real. And I think it’s really important that we understand it because most of the time, if I’m around a group of women, it is rare that they don’t just sit around and talk about their weight, what they look like. And it’s not a pretty picture.

Corinne Crabtree:

It’s not a conversation that anybody leaves feeling better about themselves. It’s usually a conversation where at the very least we feel connected to other women because we’ve been sitting around having an episode of middle aged and hopeless. It’s like a soap opera brought to you by the diet industry. Nobody wants to watch that channel. No one wants to sit around and watch women bitch and moan about their body. And yet, we all get caught up in it and we get caught up in it for a simple reason, it makes us feel normal. It’s a way that we all connect.

Corinne Crabtree:

And one of my goals in No BS Weightloss is to teach women how to connect on something other than fucking weight loss. Why don’t we connect on how powerful we are, how smart we are, our achievements, what a great mother we are? Why don’t we connect on other things, other than just sitting around and talking about what we can and can’t eat, what we should and shouldn’t weigh, and getting back to pre-baby weight? We’re just so much more than that, y’all.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, journey drama is one of those things where it’s very normal for all of us to have, and it goes like this, it will sound like a conversation in your head that is maybe you’ve lost two pounds this week and you feel relief immediately that you lost something, but then you immediately start thinking, “I’ve got so much more weight to lose.” Or, “I should have lost more.” Or, “If I’d just done a little bit better.” It’s that voice in your head that beats you up if you regained some weight.

Corinne Crabtree:

Let’s say that you lost two pounds last week, but this week you’re up a pound, journey drama is when you’re saying, “I just knew weight loss was going to be so hard.” Journey drama is all about focusing on what’s wrong with you, what’s wrong with weight loss, why it’s so hard for you. It puts the emphasis on the bullshit. Journey drama is just the set of thoughts that we have about losing weight. It’s usually a big-ass encyclopedia of reasons why my weight loss is hard, why my weight loss is going to take fucking forever, and why it probably won’t happen anyway. That is journey drama.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so, like I said, society normalizes it. We all sit around and we talk about it. What we’re not taught to think about as women, I mean, we hear all the time how hard it is to lose weight and all the bullshit, but what we are not is that our thinking is the fundamental thing that we’ve got to change if we want our body to change.

Corinne Crabtree:

I was thinking about this the other day, about how, why do so many people fail diets? And it’s because they keep picking new diets. Like, “I’m going to try keto.” “Well, this week I’m going with the Whole30.” “Well, that didn’t work out. Let’s try Mediterranean.” “Eh, I also fell off that, so let me do Weight Watchers.” “Oh, wait. Noom now is my answer.” We do all this diet surfing, we just keep trying new things while still thinking terrible things about ourself. We try new diets with the belief, “They’re all going to be hard, I’ll likely screw it up, and nothing has ever worked for me.” And then we wonder why we have so much drama when we do shit. We wonder why every mistake we blow it out of proportion. Why we’re so trigger happy to quit, because it’s like reaffirming everything that we believe about our journey.

Corinne Crabtree:

We wonder why when we do any kind of weight loss, like for instance, let’s take No BS, and I teach you the four basics. You get to fucking eat whatever you want. Seriously, we don’t believe in good foods and bad foods. We don’t put morality all over food. We eat foods that we love. We think about the foods though. We start evaluating them. We start thinking about, “Do I really love this food? Or is this a food I just eat when I feel bad about myself?” So, “Do I want to keep eating this food to not feel bad about myself? Or do I really want to start looking into how to think better about me? What are the good things that I’m missing in myself? Are these thought that I have about me, that I focus on all the time, are they even true? Or is this just something I’ve thought forever? And now I want to start recognizing there are good things about me. There are things that people do love.”

Corinne Crabtree:

But when we just keep trying new diets and we just keep trying to do things, even if you’re going to be able to eat whatever you want, you’ll still come up with journey drama, because let’s say you get on the scale and you’re eating whatever you want and you’ve lost weight for two or three weeks. Things are going great. You’re like, “Oh my God, this free course Corinne teaches, best thing I’ve ever fucking done for myself.” And then the fourth week, scale goes up a pound. You’re like, “I see. No matter what I do, I just can’t have carbs at all.” That’s journey drama.

Corinne Crabtree:

When the scale does something it’s supposed to do, which means the scale doesn’t go down every fucking single week. And all you’ve done is executed your habits. You’ve been doing the things, but then the scale goes up like it’s supposed to every now and then, and then all of a sudden you’re like, “I need to pull all the carbs. See, I knew it was too good to be true.” You overreact. You act like a crazy fucking person. That’s because you brought your old thinking in to a new way.

Corinne Crabtree:

And that is where the diet industry is failing us. The diet industry is not teaching us that we have to think about things in a new way if we want to actually lose our weight. That’s been the missing element of every weight loss program. And I will be the first to tell you, I don’t give a shit which one you want to do. I really don’t. I could give two fucks about it. I think a lot of them work. The problem is, is the mindset that backs them up. The mindset that backs them up, fucks a lot of them over.

Corinne Crabtree:

And a lot of them, because you’re just trying to cut calories, because you’re just trying to stick within points, because they’re emphasizing following rules is more important than what you think about the rules, how you want to create your life, the life you want to live, the kind of body you do want. Because they’re not addressing any of that, that’s why you fail so much. You’re not failing because something’s wrong with you. You’re failing because the diets you’re picking, aren’t addressing the real issues. They’re leaving out the most important fucking part.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, I want to go over in the video that I’m giving for my members. They’re actually getting an eight part video series with an entire workbook and guide. We’re going to spend the whole month of May working on conquering scale and using it in order to lose our weight at a good clip. Because when we get out of our way, when our thinking now gets out of the way and gets retooled, I promise you, you lose the weight faster when you lose that mental weight first.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, there’s three types of journey drama. And the first one is my girls that have anywhere from 50 to 100+ pounds to lose. So, No BS women, you all know, you can come into No BS and have no weight to lose, but feel as if you’ve got 100 pounds to lose. We work with so many people who join our membership because they’re like, “Corinne, I lost weight. I had weight loss surgery, or I did some kind of CrossFit, keto, ultra workshop for a year.” Or something along those lines. But what they found is that when they lost their weight, they still didn’t feel good about themselves.

Corinne Crabtree:

They’re like, “Although I have moments where I’m so proud of my weight loss, I’m living and terror around food. I still am afraid to eat certain things. I’m constantly worrying that if I slip up a little bit, that I’m just going to regain all of my weight. When I lost all of my weight, I didn’t fall in love with my body. I didn’t love it at 250, and here I am at 150 pounds and I’m still tearing it down every day.” So, a lot of our members come to us with no weight to lose, but also, a lot of our members come who have a journey like I did, more than 100 pounds to lose. Some of our members have 300 pounds to lose.

Corinne Crabtree:

And I will just say this for all of you. I don’t care how much weight you have to lose, when your thinking is defeating you, when your thinking depresses you, when you are always anxious around food, when you are stressed out, that’s like having the weight of the world on your shoulders, whether you’ve got no pounds to lose or 200 pounds to lose. And I think this is important, especially for my girls who have more weight to lose. It is so easy for us to think very defeating about that. We want to segregate ourselves from the group. We start isolating and feeling lonely because we tell ourselves, “I have a lot of weight to lose. That means it’s way harder for me.” That thinking is never going to feel good and it is never going to help you.

Corinne Crabtree:

And I know this is going to be hard for you to wrap your head around, but you don’t have a lot of weight to lose, it’s not harder for you. Here’s what I want you to think instead, when I was losing my weight, I would get caught up in thinking that, and I realized in order to lose my weight, I couldn’t afford to be in that pity party every single day. I could not afford to allow myself to keep focusing on it, to keep believing it and to keep only thinking that. I knew that I had to think something different.

Corinne Crabtree:

And so I just told myself, every time I want to tell myself how hard it is for someone like me to lose weight, how long it’s going to take for me to lose weight, how much weight I had to lose, I would say, “Corinne, the only thing you need to think about is you’ve made a decision to lose some weight. The rest of that is extra bullshit drama. The rest of that drags you down every day. The rest of that sets you up to want to make excuses to eat. And easier to say yes to.”

Corinne Crabtree:

When I changed my thinking to, “You’ve decided to lose weight.” That meant that all day long, I was looking at the decisions. I was putting my focus on something I could control. Like, am I going to leave a bite behind? Am I going to leave mayo off this burger today? Am I going to leave the butter off the pancakes this time? Am I going to switch out pancakes for whole wheat toast and jelly at the IHOP today? Wait, what am I going to do? What decision can I make when I eat that’s a little different than old Corinne? That for me, neutralized a lot of my thinking, it took the heat off of all of the depressing thoughts that I had. It felt calmer.

Corinne Crabtree:

And I didn’t know it at the time, but by taking the temperature down on the journey, by not focusing on how hard it was going to be, allowing myself to think that I’m a unique snowflake because I’ve got over 100 pounds to lose. It helped me calm the fuck down. And that’s what we need to do. And it’s important. We have got to, on-purpose, learn how to think a little different. And one of the things for all of you, that I want you to think about, is when you take out the extra drama, when you take all the journey drama out and you get really good at listening for it, you open yourself up to be able to start finding the small victories. When you’re only focused on how far you have to go, you miss out on little, tiny things that you do each day that you could celebrate yourself for. That you could say, “See, when you left butter off your pancakes at IHOP this time, that’s you changing, Corinne.”

Corinne Crabtree:

The version of you that loses all her weight, at some point, she had to make this decision. She didn’t have to make every decision. I didn’t have to start living like I had lost 100 pounds, to start losing 100 pounds. I just had to start making some of the decisions each day that I knew over time, 150 pound Corinne would have. That’s how she would live. And she’d be living that way because she talked nice to herself. She took the journey drama out and started liking her journey, being proud of her journey.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, the next type of journey drama that we have is for all the people that regain. I call it the regain womp-womp. A lot of people come to No BS because they’ve regained weight. They thought they had it licked. They thought they’d never have to do it again. And as always in life, bullshit comes knocking on the door. It’s like, “Hello, did you miss me? I’m here to throw shit all over the walls of your life. By the way, let’s go grab a snack before we do it.”

Corinne Crabtree:

Everybody just about, will regain a little weight at some point. Then you have a decision to make. Are you going to tell yourself that you shouldn’t have done it, you shouldn’t have to do this shit again? You have the choice of deciding, are you going to attach a failure story to your regaining of your weight? Or, are you just simply going to say, “I regained some weight. There was probably a good fucking reason.”? Maybe life was totally out of control. Maybe you faced something huge in your life and you never had to deal with those emotions in those certain situations ever, without food.

Corinne Crabtree:

And when you look back, you can see, “Oh, I didn’t know how to take care of myself in any other way. I had to get through that moment in life. I did it with food this time. Now what I want to learn is, how could I have done that differently?” So that going forward, when I lose this weight, the next time life comes knocking on the door and it’s old shitty staring you in the face. You can say, “I know how to handle this differently this time. I know how to do it without food. I learned from my regain experience so that it can take me forward.”

Corinne Crabtree:

This is one of the things that I want y’all to do. I want you be grown-ass women about your life. Stop talking to yourself about regains, like a fucking Eeyore. Just tell yourself, when you want to think you should have kept the weight off in the first place, like that, if you want to know why weight loss is hard, saying shit like that makes weight loss hard. Thinking shit like that without ever changing the conversation, that makes weight loss hard. So, when you think, “You should have kept the weight off in the first place.” You know what you tell yourself? “I took care of myself. I figured out how to get through that.” Or maybe you didn’t even have bullshit. Maybe you just started eating some foods you’d never included because you restrict it too much.

Corinne Crabtree:

You just tell yourself, “I’ve learned my lessons. I’ve learned exactly what I need to move forward.” That’s way better. That’s understanding and that’s compassion. So, when Eeyore comes, send that motherfucker back to Sesame Street, Eeyore ain’t got no place in nobody’s weight loss journey. He’s not adding no value to your life. He is for sure not going to make things easier. So, when you hear him, you shut his butt down.

Corinne Crabtree:

And then, there is the last kind of journey drama and I call this the last five to 20 pounds drama, because y’all get to focusing on how hard it is to lose those last five to 20 pounds. So much of the last five to 20 is hard because you start talking about it like an asshole. You start telling yourself, “I can’t have this. I can’t have that.” Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Then what you do is you try to restrict, then you end up overeating all that stuff you say you can’t have, and you bounce around in the last five pounds. I’m up five, I’m down five, I’m up five, I’m down five. That’s not because weight loss is hard. That’s because you’re talking like a hardass to yourself about what you can and can’t do.

Corinne Crabtree:

Here’s the thing. The last five to 20 pounds are no different than the first five to 20. They’re no different. They take you thinking about, “What am I going to do today to help myself lose this next little bit of weight?” It is no different. It is the same rinse and repeat process. It’s the same four basics. What makes it hard is thinking, “I don’t get to eat as much as I did at 250 now that I’m 155.”

Corinne Crabtree:

This is the conversation you need to be having with yourself. “I’m so proud of myself for getting to 155 pounds. It doesn’t take as much food to sustain me anymore, so I’m going to eat slower. I’m going to savor my bites. I’m so proud of myself for becoming someone who knows how to eat in control, thoughtfully, purposefully. Instead of trying to get dopamine hits from how much food I can eat, so I can feel good, I’m going to get my dopamine hits from doing good things for myself, for telling myself some good-ass shit about what I’m doing.” I promise you, that will free you from those last few pounds being so hard.

Corinne Crabtree:

Not much changes in the last five to 20. Your foods do not have to radically change, but a lot of you want to keep overeating and wonder, “Last five to 20’s hard.” And I’ll ask, I’ll ask my clients, they’ll come on a coaching call with me and I’ll say, “Well, how many times did you stick to your plan last week?” “Six out of seven days.” It’s like, “Well, what happened on that seventh day?” “Well, I really wanted this, so I just had it. Then I beat myself up for it. So, I ate a bunch of food that day.” And I’m like, “Okay, the last five to 20’s not hard. What’s hard is you’re lying to yourself and telling yourself you should be losing weight.”

Corinne Crabtree:

The last five to 20 pounds, the only reason why it’s hard is because now you got to give up fucking up the day when you could save it. If you make a mistake, you have to learn how to quit blowing it out of proportion. That’s not because the last 20 require sacrifice and punishment and suffering, it’s like you got to quit overeating and fuck-it eating for an entire day. That’s what your data’s telling you.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, it’s important we don’t lie to ourselves in the last five to 20 pounds. We don’t tell ourselves shit like, “It’s hard.” We tell ourselves, “Sometimes I think some hard things. What’s that? What am I telling myself that I need to level up? What am I telling myself that feels gross, that feels hopeless, that feels difficult, restrictive and depriving? Is that shit even true?” And really question it. If you’re a No BS woman, you know we give you journal prompts. We want you to question it. We want you taking your assumptions to ask coaches, where we can work with you on challenging your assumptions, giving you new thoughts to think, giving you that new perspective.

Corinne Crabtree:

So, those are the three types of journey drama. And the biggest thing that I want you to take away from this episode is that journey drama’s just normal, we all have it, but I promise all of you that with enough time, patience and understanding, you can erase it. You can rewrite that story. That journey doesn’t have to be dramatic. It can be a hero’s tale when you go to work on it. So, if you’re listening to this podcast and you’re like, “Oh my God, Corinne, sounds like fucking me. Dear Lord.” And you want to work with us inside of No BS, you first need to take the free course. You need to go to nobsfreecourse.com and take that course.

Corinne Crabtree:

Once you go through it, you will get the three … How I lost my 100 pounds. I don’t care if you got 100 pounds or not to lose, every woman should know these three things, because those three things are the game changer to getting you started wherever you’re at in your journey. And then you’ll get a special invitation to be able to join the membership for a few days. And you can work with us. You can have courses like Conquering the Scale. We have courses on relationships and self-love. How to trust your body, how to change your body image, all kinds of things, because weight loss is not just about the exact food you put in your mouth, how many calories you ate, or how much exercise you got. That’s the part of weight loss that we need to stop believing is the most important part. What you believe and think about yourself, that’s going to be the defining difference of whether or not you lose your weight for the last time or not.

Corinne Crabtree:

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Corinne Crabtree:

All right. Y’all have a great week. I’ll talk to you soon. Thank you so much for listening today. Make sure you head on over too nobsfreecourse.com and sign up for my free weight loss training on what you need to know to start losing your weight right now. You’ll also find lots of notes and resources from our past podcasts, help you lose your weight without all the bullshit diet advice. I’ll see you next week.

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