Lisa Poeltl, author of Thin(k)
Lisa Poeltl, Author, Editor, Playwright
After years of feeling "not good enough" about herself and her weight, Lisa had an epiphany. What was stopping her
from doing what she had to do to be her ideal self? Fear? Lack of motivation? If she could wake up tomorrow and suddenly find herself looking and feeling great, why didn't she? Thinking negative thoughts can cause a person to sabotage their efforts to live their best life possible on a daily basis.
So what if she replaced those negative thoughts
with a knowing feeling that she was ALREADY good enough, happy enough, healthy enough? The results were overwhelming. After packing on forty pounds from her first pregnancy, she managed not only to lose that weight, but a further twenty pounds in a matter of months, and is now living comfortably in
a body she can feel proud of. People who struggle with food addictions do so on a daily basis, so this book is meant to help you keep focused throughout your weight loss journey, and even after you've reached your goal. Struggling with food is only a small fraction of the battle.
It is the negative self-talk that really gets in the way, and replacing THOSE bad habits with new, self-affirming pats on
the back will not only help you feel great about your body, but your whole life.
Lisa is a mother of one, and currently resides in Hamilton, Ontario. She is the author of several plays including "A Woman's Guide to Part-time Jobs," "Conversations with Myself," "Lying Together," and "Three Women."
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