That’s Totally Normal

Goss Coaching

“When you make a dieting mistake, it’s helpful to NOT use the word “cheat” because “cheating” can have very negative, sometimes moralistic undertones. If you make a mistake in dieting, it doesn’t make you a bad person, it makes you a NORMAL person.”

Dr. Judith Beck

When you see someone falter, how does that make you feel? Does their getting back up and keep going inspire you and make you try harder? Does it fill you with glee that the person isn’t so perfect after all, and make you feel justified in not even trying? Does it just remind you that success is a process and their journey is normal for them?

Does your reaction say more about you or about the person who stumbled?

I recently had a fabulous reader tell me that they much preferred my posts where I share my faults and stumbles because they see me…

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  1. Goss Coaching
    Apr 15, 2012 @ 16:50:09

    Thanks for reblogging! I appreciate it!

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