Psychology is by far the most important self-help resource you can use for weight loss. Without psychology, diet and exercise don’t work.
There are plenty of self-help how-to’s when it comes to dieting and exercise. What’s needed are psychology self-help how-to’s. The Symmetry Press series, Weight-Loss Books for Women ~ Using Psychology to Lose Weight ~ gives you these psychology self-help how-to’s.
Breaking Up with Food: Maria’s Last Diet
Psych Your Diet: A Daily Dose
- Vol 1. Psych Yourself to Start
- Vol 2. Psych Yourself to Stick to It
- Vol 3. Psych Yourself to Keep It Off
Stop Your Emotional Eating
Diet Tuffy: The Fun Way to Seriously Lose weight
How to Break the First Big Rule of Women Who Stay Fat
by Kenneth Schwarz PhD & Julie North Schwarz
Just take a look at the statistics — 62% of women in the U.S. age 20 to 74 are overweight or obese. But on any given day 45% of women in the U.S. are trying to lose weight. Real weight-loss isn’t happening.
Using psychology to lose weight means getting yourself to do what it takes to lose your unwanted weight: Getting yourself to START, STICK TO IT, and then KEEP IT OFF for good. Using psychology to lose weight involves solving problems too. You’ve got to solve those problems that prevent you from losing weight — not enough willpower, hard-to-break habits, emotional eating, and any other personal weight-loss spoiler.
Dr. Kenneth Schwarz, speaking on behalf of Symmetry Press said: “Self-help isn’t really self-help unless someone else is also helping you. We’d like to be that someone.”
The Symmetry Press series, Weight-Loss Books for Women ~ Using Psychology to Lose Weight ~ is available in print and in e-book from online retailers like Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, and others, and at your local bookstore.