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HCG Diet Info: Forgiving Yourself For Slipups

By Amelia Handley

We all make mistakes. I make mistakes everyday. Everyday I either call someone I didn’t mean to call or mail something before I meant to mail it. Or forget to lock the door when I leave the house. Or make a wrong turn when I’m driving. I don’t make a big fuss…mistakes will always happen.

And since we all make mistakes…we all have to figure out how to let them go and forgive ourselves. If we don’t then we can’t move on. And if we handled our everyday mistakes this way…we’d all get so bogged down and overwhelmed that we’d quickly end up with a mental breakdown from regret and guilt.

It’s the same (in theory) in regards to dieting. A diet is made up of certain rules. They usually pertain to what you can and can’t eat, or when you can eat or how much you can eat or all of the above.

Most people decide they want to be on a diet and they really try to stick to it. But sometimes even the most dedicated make mistakes. They’ll slipup and do something they were not supposed to do while on their diet of choice. Sometimes it’s eating a food that isn’t allowed while on the diet. Other times it’s doing something you weren’t supposed to do while on the diet. Sometimes it’s forgetting to eat something that you needed to eat. Anything that goes against the rules is a mistake on the diet.

Once you’ve made the mistake (whatever mistake it happens to be) you feel terrible. Many feel like they just failed at their diet entirely. Everyone decides to go on a diet for a reason. They are sure they can do it. They just know that they won’t be breaking the rules.

So finding yourself breaking the rules after swearing that you were going to stick to them (either to yourself or to others) leaves us feeling retched. But it happens to everyone. You might have let one small mistake slip past your guard. Or it’s possible that the mistake was in no way small. You may have indulged in a third helping of birthday cake for all I know.

It doesn’t matter what particular mistake was made. A mistake is a mistake is a mistake. You should react in the same way to any mistake. You get right back on plan asap! Don’t waste time berating yourself. Don’t worry about wallowing in guilt for 24-48 hours. Just recognize simply that you should not have done what you did and try not to do it again! Get back on your diet.

Very low calorie diets call for extra dedication. Dieters who are considering starting one should make sure they have adequate info. Homeopathic HCG diets offer extensive HCG diet info. Some distributors even include all the HCG diet info in a handy pocket guide that can be easily carried in a pocket or purse. This makes it easier for dieters to avoid mistakes because they’ve got access to the rules at all times.

Amelia Handley studied exercise science in college with a minor in Nutrition. Yet she still found herself jumping from diet to diet in order to control her weight. With HCG Diet Direct she’s found a program that allows her to combine her desire to control her own body weight with her education and not feel off balance.

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