“Go all out.” This is Arnold’s advice. Want a smokin’ bod? Want to be healthy? Want to feel good about yourself? Do the work! Overweight? Eat healthy and exercise. Don’t exercise to drink or eat. Have a drinking problem? Join AA. Seriously. I mean it. Emotionally stunted? Had a horrible childhood? Please seek professional help. I’m not trying to oversimplify or minimize anyone’s experiences. However, many times we go through life unhappy. We don’t like the person in the mirror or the person hiding inside.
Well, time to go “All out.” Stop listening to negative self-talk and do the work. It’s not going to be easy. It will take commitment. You can’t eat healthy for a week or two and expect results. You can’t go to the gym for a month or two or a day here and there and then self-loathe or blame others. You can’t go to an AA meeting or a therapist a couple times and then quit. Go “All out.” No more excuses people.
Either accept who you are and stay overweight, and out of shape or do something about it or
continue eating food that will kill you and just admit you like it. Keep drinking until it destroys your liver or get help. It’s simple, but it’s not easy: stop complaining or make the change. Oh, and don’t criticize and try to bring down everyone who is trying to win their struggle. If you aren’t willing to change, don’t judge.
See someone overweight working out? Don’t laugh. At least they are trying. Your spouse is obese? Try saying something kind to them instead of gulping down that pizza while calling him or her fat. Your friend is an alcoholic? Don’t go out for drinks. Find other activities. Just go “All out.” That is it. Thanks Arnold.
-Eleni’s sage advice.