Just watched an interesting episode of Brain Games that talked about what happens in the brain when people stare at you. It triggers the area of the brain that makes you feel threatened and makes you feel like you've done something wrong.
This is what every overweight woman feels when she gets stared at. Every stare is interpreted by the brain as a threat, which puts her in a "flight" or "fight" mode, which increases her appetite. Every stare makes her question again in her mind "What have I done wrong?" and/or "What is wrong with me?" The absorbed judgment increases her appetite.
What is wrong with you? The answer - NOTHING. Nothing is wrong with you. You haven't done anything wrong. Hear me?.... You haven't done anything wrong.
When you become aware of the simple truth of how to manage your weight, you will believe me - you haven't done anything wrong. If you're in pain because you are ashamed of your body and you are tired of people staring at you - please schedule a consultation with me today! www.LosingCoach.com/contact
Shelley Johnson is the Creator & Founder of The Losing Coach®.