I recently heard what turned into a controversial discussion on a radio show about whether or not someone who smokes suffers with low self-esteem. I gave the issue quite a bit of thought, broadening the question to pertain to those with food issues, alcohol issues and other addictive-type issues. My personal experience and my years as a professional working in the field of bariatrics, leads me to the conclusion that there is a correlation between food issues and self-esteem. I’m curious about what you’ll think after listening to today’s episode. Please let me know by sharing a comment!
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Clear, James. Atomic Habits. Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
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