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The answer is YES!For all those sceptics out there who are scoffing at this – WAIT! It is possible. But you've got to be prepared to do the work!I'm not talking about dieting, exercising* (*insert treatment of your choice) or any of the other things we do to lose weight (etc.) in order to feel good about ourselves. I'm talking about doing the work required to become mindful of how we think about ourselves, and taking positive action to address the thinking that no longer serves us. Now, I'm NOT saying that we shouldn't exercise, eat healthily, wax, dye, tighten, tone........
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Our thoughts reflect our beliefs and assumptions about ourselves. These beliefs and assumptions are created from information we receive about ourselves from the people, situations and experiences we encounter from the time we are born, onwards. By building your awareness of your thinking, you are able to be more selective about which thoughts to keep, and which to let go of.  Ask yourself: “Is this belief/assumption true?” and “Does it build me or break me?”Below are some examples in order for you to identify your ‘Break Me’ thoughts, and change them into positive, credible alternative beliefs – or ‘Build Me’ thoughts....
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Your thoughts affect your mood, your behaviour, and your feelings about yourself. Here are 5 tips to take control of your thoughts: Stop. Be mindful of your thoughts. Remind yourself: "I am more than my thoughts". Picture an internal shield. Use your shield to insulate yourself from your thought. This will give you the time and space to think about your thought differently. Decide: is this a 'Build Me' or a 'Break Me' thought? To help you identify which category your thought falls into, tune in to how it makes you feel. If it's a 'Build Me' thought, well done on...
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