The short answer is YES!

The long answer is that it’s not a silver bullet, and it won’t happen overnight.

These things are all inter-related.  If you’re obese, then it’s extremely likely that you will be depressed from time to time.  And if you know of the health dangers of being obese, then you’ll probably get anxious, too.  And, when you’re anxious and/or depressed, you’ll probably eat too much, or eat the wrong things, or both.

So we need to work on all these areas at the same time, as I said on the home page.

I believe that it’s really difficult to do this by myself, and that’s why I invented “Together We Can”.  Here’s a (very small) introduction.

If you want to begin this journey, here are some things that you can do.

  1. Join a group.  Introduce yourself.  Read what others are saying (you’ll discover that you are not alone!)
  2. Start some gentle exercise (see this link on my Walking For Happiness website)
  3. Begin, gently to change what you eat: reduce the amount of sugars and starches, a little, and drink more water.
  4. Watch out for the brain-training post (it’s on my list of things to do)

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