Nobody likes to lose, so ‘losing weight’ might not be the best phrase to apply to your goal of weight reduction.
I’m not losing any weight.
I’m not losing…is a positive phrase that every human loves to hear or to say to themselves.
Yeah I’m NOT losing. I’m not a loser. I like that. Makes me feel good. The weight part is irrelevant except that being attached to ‘not losing’ is probably one factor in not losing any weight.
That show on television about weight reduction called “The Biggest Loser” is probably not a good idea – the title. Calling somebody a loser while in the process of weight reduction, with the dubious purpose of beating overweight people down, shames them. Maybe they’d reduce their weight quicker if the show stopped calling them losers. Maybe that’s the point of keeping the show running. I don’t know and I don’t care, but the people producing these shows should.
It’s all happening upstairs – in your brain and how your brain processes intel about you.
I’m reducing my weight. It sounds like I’m reducing my anxiety. Could be worthy of a look. What am I doing to reduce my anxiety or depression? I’m reducing my weight. Don’t even tell people. They’ll sabotage you with all kinds of signals.
Just reduce it and be fine.