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Journaling works for weight loss. It helps motivate us and holds us accountable to what we are eating and how much we are exercising. Over the years of failed and successful diets, I have learned that keeping track of my food and water intake, my exercise, and my daily thoughts (including frustrations!) helps. So I designed this journal with all the elements that help keep me on track, and helped me to a 50-pound weight loss over 6 months. I hope it helps you as well! I have kept this to 16 weeks, or 4 months, because I have found that is a perfect amount of time to get into the habit of keeping a daily journal, adding daily exercise, and monitoring food intake. I also wanted to keep this book small enough to carry with you throughout the day, and to keep the price as low as possible. You can, of course, purchase additional copies on amazon.com for future use or gifts, if needed. Congratulations for taking the first step! You are embarking on a wonderful, exciting journey.
In this book, Dr. Vuong offers pertinent psychological and self-improvement tips that are necessary for success after weight loss surgery, which is a rarely covered topic. Drawing on his professional experience working with obesity patients and his own personal journey for enlightenment, he has provided a concise yet profound manual for losing weight and gaining enlightenment. This book does not discuss the various weight loss surgeries, complications, insurance coverage, food tips, or the "usual" dieting tips. This book deals more with what really matters after weight loss surgery--how to change your mind and hence your perception of reality. Whether you are a newbie to weight loss surgery, a seasoned dieter, or just someone seeking enlightenment, this book is a must read. Dr. Vuong is an internationally renowned bariatric surgeon and the current director of Lovelace Bariatrics in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is recognized for his unique Patient Empowerment Program, in which he personally leads weekly educational sessions for his WLS patients. A popular speaker, Dr. Vuong starred in TLC's hit show, "900 Pound Man: A Race Against Time."
Take a different approach to losing weight. No starving yourself and no diet fads or changes. Simply learn what your body and mind needs to achieve your ideal weight and become a healthier you."A key element to remember when doing a vision statement is not only to speak positively and in the present tense, but say it in such a way that you believe in it, and dont say them in a state of panic and disbelief. Be excited about your thoughts and thinking. Believe completely in what you are saying. This may take a few times, but keep at it. You WILL change your way of thinking and eventually your brain will automatically program those thoughts and you won't even have to try anymore to think positively.""Digestive enzymes help the body fully break down food into manageable particles that can be absorbed by the intestines. If food is not digested and broken down properly by the stomach, the intestines have a hard time extracting nutrients from it. In my case, undigested food was not being recognized and was being stored as fat."
Loss, grief, and trauma come into the lives of adolescents in many forms and with more frequency than the adults in their lives may realize. Assessing the depth and nature of their emotions can be difficult; adolescents are typically reluctant to show strong emotions and can be difficult to reach, particularly when they experience the untimely death of a loved one. How best to work with a young person who may have trouble communicating their emotions even under the best of circumstances? And what if he or she has learned about the death of a loved one or classmate from another peer rather than a family member? What about gender differences and the influence of culture and family? What role do cell phones, text messaging, and technologies such as Facebook play in the adolescent grief experience? Adolescents' use of technology creates unlimited access to friends, support systems, and information, but news that spreads quickly without buffering effects can intensify the strength of the adolescent grief responses.Counseling Adolescents Through Loss, Grief, and Trauma not only examines these issues; it also provides clinicians with a wealth of resources and time-tested therapeutic activities that are sure to become an indispensable part of any clinician's practice.