Take Accountability For Being Fat. It is hard for people to look in the mirror and take accountability for their actions. In this episode of Obese Child, Gregory discusses the elephant in the room that most people who are overweight are overweight because of lifestyle choices they make. Though it is easier to attribute your obesity to past trauma, dysfunctional family dynamics, and alike, blaming others other keeps one in the victim mentality. When one is in this mentality, they can never move to survivor and thriver modes needed for full recovery. Lastly, Gregory discuss the need for “deep work” and true accountability.
In this episode of Confessions of an Obese Child, Gregory gets contentious yet honest. He admonishes people who blame others, past circumstances, and alike for their obesity. Accountability is the key to true growth and self-actualization. He blames himself for being fat as a kid though he could easily blame the errancy of his parents. He challenges all to look in the mirror and admit to themselves that they are fat for the actions they do or fail to do as well as admitting that if we are stricken with a disease we must acknowledge in most cases we brought it on to ourselves. Go to www.naturopathicearth.com to read his “How I lost over 100 pounds and kept it off for over 25 years” blog series.
Take Accountability For Being Fat
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