Outliving Unhealthy Relations

Mr. Wrong
Mr. Wrong (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Have you been constantly in bad relationships all the time from the moment you first started dating? Do you end up getting frustrated often with your choice of partners? Do you feel that you are not satisfied with them? Have you tried to find out how to get your ex boyfriend back just because he was better than your current one and not just because you think he really is the guy for you? Well, if any of these are affirmative in your case, it is high time you sit back and evaluate your past affairs.

If you had been a victim of bad relationships one after another, it could be because you are unknowingly addicted to unhealthy relations. Do not panic if you are, because there are many ways to shatter this addiction and get your cupid back on track. For this, the first step would be to identify the symptoms.

Boost up your courage and confront your Mr. Wrong. If you keep on dreading to make the move, you will never find a way out. Addiction can vary in intensity and effects from person to person. Mostly, people would find it difficult to end it alone and would require help from others. In such cases, an expert counsellor can come in handy. Following his or her advice can go a long way.

Overcoming The Difficulties Of Dieting

The “weigh” he was Camp America commandant los...
The “weigh” he was Camp America commandant loses more than 50 pounds with help from friends Army Sgt. 1st Class Danny Carreras, Sgt. 1st Class Guillermo Santiago and Master Sgt. Orlando Negron of Headquarters and Headquarters Company of 525th Military Police Battalion, walk as part of a daily exercise routine to promote health and lose weight. – JTF Guantanamo photo by Army Spc. David McLean (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Trying to diet can be an extremely disheartening venture and trying to avoid temptation is night impossible, particularly when you have been a chocaholic for all of your life. The first step to a proper diet is working out your BMI and how much weight you could do with losing.

If your BMI is quite low (below 24) you might find it harder to lose weight and at a slower rate, however if it is high, you should see more substantial weight gains within a few weeks. It can be upsetting to hear of people losing 4 stone in a month; however it is likely that such people were larger in the first place.

One of the simplest parts of dieting is simply cutting down your portion size you can still eat a lot of the foods that you love, just in smaller sizes. This will cut down the number of calories that you take in and make it easier to lose weight.

You should also try and exercise more often, balancing cardio and toning the cardio will help you to expend calories whilst the toning will give you a firmer look, so even if you have gained a bit of a belly, you can reduce your measurements and have a firmer body overall.