"Haven't snacked on anything sweet at all, no crisps or biscuits have passed my lips." - Suzi
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”It is entirely possible to retrain yourself to break old, bad habits and adopt new, positive ones, to help you curb your food cravings. You need to identify your behaviours, and make a decision to stop them. Then replace them with a positive strategy for curbing old habit patterns. This may take effort and time, as we often hang on to what is familiar, but if you stick to it, you will soon be reaping the rewards for a little thoughtful decision-making, retraining and application of willpower – with a little help from your Slissie friend.”
- Corrine Sweet, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Author and Broadcaster (BA.Hons, MA.,MA.,Dip.Psych., Cert.Ed.)LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR TEAM
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