Delicious Diary Entry
"A healthy dose of motivation with a twist"
My name is Ms. Delicious Diary and my job is to see how my clients are really doing when it comes to their weight loss journey. My favorite clients are Super Size-It Sally and Low-Calorie Lucy, along with their close knit group of friends. They all have their own way of dealing with their issues, and the funniest nicknames to prove it as you will see as you read their diary entries each week. I hold the key to the diary in this special little green bag. My fingers are itching to unlock the diary and see their weight loss or gain, and check their delicious food entries.
Dear Diary: My Book Club Chat!
Super Size-It Sally:
Page 27 reads: Linda could not stand to sit by and watch her friend kill herself with food without saying something, anything! She began writing down what she would say, this was going to be hard. They had been best friends since childhood and shared every aspect of their life, including all the ups and downs over the years. But, Linda was worried about her friends weight gain, especially in the past few years, it was out of control. She had put on a lot of weight, to the point where her health was suffering as a result. Linda knew this would be a sensitive subject, so she had to be very careful about how she approached it. She couldn't stand the thought of losing their friendship over this, but as her very best friend she just had to say something...........
Page 28 reads: Sometimes silence is not golden, it's deadly. And, sometimes you just have to speak up, especially if it could save your friends life. Connie found herself in the same situation as Linda. She felt like her back was against the wall, not sure how to even bring up the subject of weight. Her friend could take offense very easily and never speak to her again. So what she decided to do is start with a innocent question to get the ball rolling. Connie asked her friend one simple question - where do you hope to be five years from today?...........
Lifestyle change of the week!
Questions are a good conversation starter. It is an affective way to get people thinking about their actions.. And that is the beginning of starting something new and different. One little question has the power to change a life in a big way.
"Miss a meal if you have to but don't miss a book"