‘scale’

The Binge Eating Diaries: The Weight of It All

By Jacki Monaco

Jacki is back with another insightful look at how she’s working through one of the issues that was at the root of her binge eating to begin with. I hate going to the doctor’s office for a number of reasons. My overpriced health insurance only allows me three “affordable” visits per year, so each time I feel like I’m getting […] Read more »

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What Does Happiness Weigh?

By Joanne Kimball

Today’s post introduces a new voice on A Weight Lifted. Joanne Kimball came to us as a participant, seeking a different approach to ending struggles with eating and weight. This post gives you insight into some of what she found here. FYI, Joanne also found a place here as our marketing director. There’s nothing like having someone who has personally […] Read more »

Weighing In on Weighing In: Tales of Recovery from the Scale

By Marsha Hudnall

I’m in recovery from scale abuse. You know what I’m talking about — constantly weighing myself, trying to figure out my eating and my life based on how much I weigh. Read This Related Article: Why the Scale Sucks: A Cautionary TaleI’ve been in recovery for decades. I like to even think that I’m recovered. (There’s a big debate in […] Read more »

Do Away with the Weigh Day

By Robyn Priebe

Time to Ditch the Scale Have you even had a stretch of time when you felt like you were “on track,” as in eating well, exercising often, well rested, clothing fitting well, only to step on the scale and find that you weigh more than you think? Or perhaps the opposite has occurred when you subject yourself to: sleepless nights, chaotic […] Read more »

Do Away with the Weigh

Healthy Weight Week: Let Go of Dieting Day

By Lisa Christie

It’s Not About a Number Think back on it. If weighing yourself has been an ongoing activity in your life, or if it’s something you do frequently, what are the usual outcomes? Is it happiness? A sense of empowerment that follows? A flood of self love and appreciation? Probably not. More often it’s probably followed by anxiety, dread, disappointment, disbelief. […] Read more »

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