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by Regina Fancy (2020-02-18)

Here's what I really think about StrictionD Review the "you can do it if you believe you can" attitude. It's wishful thinking and shamanism. Most of a so-called positive attitude is smoke and vapor. It lacks content. It lacks a solid foundation. That's why you have to keep stoking it with daily positive affirmations. Without constant re-affirmations there's nothing to it.What then is the right attitude? First of all, it's a state of mind, not a feeling. Most gurus will tell you that. But unlike what they tell you, it's not based on wishful thinking and positive speaking. It's based on who you really are and what you really want to achieve.As I've written many times, you have to start with yourself, your core values and priorities. This is your sure and solid foundation. This is what you build and stand on to get through the daily grind and the tough times. There is nothing puffed-up, superficial or artificial about it. Build your attitude on this and you will make it over every hill, every day.Since receiving your type 2 diabetes diagnosis you have been on a successful weight loss program. But now you have hit the wall... your weight loss has fizzled out and your insulin resistance and blood sugars are not improving. You have hit a weight loss plateau and it is discouraging. Your commitment to your weight loss goal will either make you or break you during this time period.