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Host Mike Tucker Mike Tucker discusses his own process of #grieving. Watch at ow.ly/S2yA30hQ4IAMike Tucker shares about his own process of grieving after the death of his wife, Gayle. Watch Lifestyle Magazine each week, featuring special guests and our... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Host Mike Tucker Mike Tucker shares about the loss of wife Gayle Tucker. Watch at ow.ly/y9gU30hQ4vd

#grievingHost Mike Tucker opens up about his wife Gayle, who recently passed away, and how they started dating. Watch Lifestyle Magazine each week, featuring special ...
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Enjoy this clip from our guest on Lifestyle Magazine, Nick Vujucic.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S81_5eq8sABest selling author of Life Without Limits, Nick Vujicic share his personal story of being integrated in a mainstream school as a special needs child and the...
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This week's free offer is a pamphlet on coping with the loss of a loved one. Redeem with code: LOSS-T-F-401 at ow.ly/CzTS30hIOg8

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4 days ago

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In this weeks special episode our very own Mike Tucker Mike Tucker shares about the loss of his wife, Gayle Tucker.

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In this week's special episode our very own Mike Tucker Mike Tucker shares about the loss of his wife, Gayle Tucker.

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5 days ago

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It’s Okay to Fall Off the Wagon!

When you first start living a healthier lifestyle, it’s hard to stay loyal to new eating habits and exercise routines. Face it, you’ll probably feel a little deprived and have STRONG cravings and urges for unhealthy things (at least at first).

It’s no surprise that most people fall off the wagon at least once when they begin changing unhealthy habits.

Sadly, many people wrongly assume that slipping up means that they lack willpower and should give up on healthy living.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Don’t beat yourself up…
Stop beating yourself up for giving in to your cravings. One slip up doesn’t mean that you’re weak or weren’t in line the day God gave out willpower. And it certainly doesn’t mean that you’re a failure or have blown it; those guilty little voices are just your confirmation bias speaking.

If you fell off the wagon because you’re stressed or dealing with some other negative emotion, beating yourself up only makes things worse and could lead to a full-blown relapse if you’re not careful.

So treat yourself the way you’d treat someone in a similar situation. Would you criticize a close friend for giving in to his or her cravings? I didn’t think so.

You’d be supportive and would encourage them to get back on track! Right? So embrace your humanity and shower yourself with kindness and compassion!

Learn from the experience…
Your slip up could be a sign that your new lifestyle is too restrictive or that you don’t have enough support. To succeed, find the perfect balance between challenge and comfort.

An extreme lifestyle change may be appealing but it is less sustainable.

If you suddenly give up ALL your “comfort” foods and go on a very restrictive diet, your body will hate it (you) and revolt!

It’s better to make a few changes and stick with them than to completely modify your lifestyle and keep falling off the wagon. Just start with the basics like less processed foods and sugar, more vegetables and exercise, and work your way up from there.

Climb back onto the wagon…
If you fall, get up, dust yourself off and keep going!

Try not to think of it as starting over because that only makes things harder. What if it were treated as a learning experience instead?

For instance, just because you had fast food for lunch doesn’t mean you can’t have a healthy dinner. Also, just because you haven’t been to the gym in a week doesn’t mean you can’t slip on your sneakers and go for a run today.

A weekend binge or one week without exercise doesn’t negate all of the work you’ve done so far. It doesn’t define you either.

Falling off the wagon is only a BIG deal if you make it one. You’ve got this. So don’t let a tiny bump in the road become a roadblock to your personal success.
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1 week ago

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What is it like being married to an #addict? Watch as Eliza Roberts Eliza Roberts shares ow.ly/xIsU30hArhNEliza Roberts opens up about what it is like to be married to an addict. Watch Lifestyle Magazine each week, featuring special guests and our team with Mike ... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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