Issues


The Habit Of Peaceful Conflict Resolution

by Diane Gold on Mar. 25, 2014.

Our main essay is one of my favorites. It’s about cultivating peaceful methods to resolve conflict and how our actions may affect the future of peace.

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How Slouching Destroys Health

by Diane Gold on Mar. 18, 2014.

This week’s main essay is about how slouching really destroys our health. Who knew?

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The Habit Of Eating Meat May Be Hurting Us

by Diane Gold on Mar. 11, 2014.

Our main essay is about the habit of eating meat and what consequences come from that.

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Food Labels, The Next Generation In Nutritional Data

by Diane Gold on Mar. 4, 2014.

Our main essay talks about the Food And Drug Administration’s proposal to update food labels.

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Quitting A Habit!

by Diane Gold on Feb. 25, 2014.

Our main essay talks about the the term “quitting” as it applies to habit change.

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The Real Scoop On The Health Care Law!

by Diane Gold on Feb. 18, 2014.

Our main essay talks about the health care law and how it may cause people to work less as W-2 employees.

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The Number One Method For Habit Change

by Diane Gold on Feb. 11, 2014.

Our essay delivers the simplest, universal formula for how to change a habit. This was inspired by my talk at the Women Referring Women luncheon.

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The Manipulation Of Evidence-Based Medicine

by Diane Gold on February 4, 2014.

Our main essay shares many of the ways in which evidence-based medicine can be manipulated. (It also thanks those who are honest and noble in the industry.)

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Healthy Eating: Why Does The U.S. Fall Behind?

by Diane Gold on Jan. 28, 2014.

Our main essay talks about the United States is not number one in healthy eating and why.

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10 Habit Change Mistakes Educated People Make

by Diane Gold on Jan. 21, 2014.

Our main essay talks about habit change mistakes. We all tend to make them when we don’t ground ourselves first.

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Habits In Medical Care-Part 3: Ready For Change?

by Diane Gold on Jan. 14, 2014.

Our main essay is the third installment of habits in medical care.

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How Personal Development Can Change The World

by Diane Gold on Jan. 7, 2014.

This week, our main essay talks about personal development and how it can change the world.

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Habit Change: Our New Year’s Resolution

by Diane Gold on Dec. 31, 2013.

Happy New Year to you all! May this be the best year yet.
To go with the wishes, our main essay is about New Year’s resolutions, habit change, success.

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The Habit Of Forgiveness: How To Forgive Even When It Seems Impossible

by Diane Gold on Dec. 24, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about developing the habit of forgiveness and how to go about it even when it seems impossible.

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Habit Change: Solving Not Complaining

by Diane Gold on Dec. 17, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about how we complain, exclusive of solving, and the importance of solutions.

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Best Ab Exercise In 30 Seconds Or Less

by Diane Gold on Dec. 10, 2013.

This week, our main essay is a less than one minute exercise, in itself, along with an explanation about how to avoid injury during training.

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Hidden Clinical Trials

by Diane Gold on Dec. 3, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about clinical trials that are not reported. We rarely question this since we are in the habit of not questioning what doctors or medical professionals say.

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Are You An Enabler, Codependent On A User?

by Diane Gold on Nov. 26, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about being an enabler, someone so wrapped up in a user’s behavior, it’s bad news for both people.

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Habitual Behavior Develops Valuable Skills

by Diane Gold on Nov. 19, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about how, through learning how to maintain our habitual behavior, we develop very valuable skills that are beneficial to us and to the world.
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Pesticides: Which Fruits-Veggies Have Least?

by Diane Gold on Nov. 12, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about pesticides and includes two consumer guides to buying produce with the least amount of residue.

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6 Great Reasons For Plant-Based Nutrition

by Diane Gold on Nov. 5, 2013.

This week, our main essay gives 6 valid reasons to consider plant-based nutrition.

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Is Sugar Good For Our Health?

by Diane Gold on Oct. 29, 2013.

This week, our main essay talks about sugar and whether it is good for our health.

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The Habit Of Gratitude And 100 Ways To Feel It

by Diane Gold on Oct. 22, 2013.

This week we are publishing our 100th Issue, which means we are celebrating our Second Anniversary. Therefore, we have a special main essay which is a list of 100 things that may make us feel gratitude.

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3 Habit Changes That Turn Sickness Into Health!

by Diane Gold on Oct. 14, 2013.

This week, our main essay offers three habit changes that turn sickness into health.
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Social Influence, Habit Change And What’s Missing!

by Diane Gold on Oct. 7, 2013.

This week, we bring you our main essay about groups that influence habit change and what’s missing from many of them.

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The One Secret To Habit Change: Get It And Use It!

by Diane Gold on Sept. 30, 2013.

This week, we bring you the one secret to habit change.

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The 5 Biggest Mistakes Of Habit Change

by Diane Gold on Sept. 23, 2013.

This week, we bring you THE mistakes of habit change that seem universal to humans. From these come the commandments to change a habit.

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Demystifying Traditional Chinese Medicine

by Diane Gold on Sept. 16, 2013.

This week, we bring you the highlights of our interview with George Love, Doctor Of Oriental Medicine who demystifies it for all of us.

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Can Gut Microbes Help With Weight Loss?

by Diane Gold on Sept. 9, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on a study about gut microorganisms as a possible technique for weight loss.

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The Benefits Of Forgiveness And Revenge

by Diane Gold on Sept. 2, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on our ability to temper our forgiveness and our revenge.
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Our Path To Happiness: Do Our Genes Know Before We Do?

by Diane Gold on Aug. 26, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on how the significance of how we achieve happiness is detected and processed by our genes to our benefit or our detriment.

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Reading Food And Supplement Labels: How Habits Form

by Diane Gold on Aug. 19, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on food and supplement labels and how we form habits as a result.

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Habit Masters; We Are

by Diane Gold on Aug. 12, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on the idea that we are habit masters from all the training we have given ourselves with various life behaviors. There are 12 proposed action steps.

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Health Care Costs: Statistics And Solutions

by Diane Gold on Aug. 5, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about the cost of health care. There are 11 possible action steps.

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Are You Liberated? And What That Means For Habit Change

by Diane Gold on July 29, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about personal liberation and what it means for habit change. There are 10 action steps.

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How Water Works On Habit Change

by Diane Gold on July 22, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about this simple technique that can mean the difference between habit change and frustration. And there are simple action steps to follow.

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The One Necessary Success Habit Anyone Can Learn: And How To Develop It!

by Diane Gold on July 15, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about one habit that successful people all know about. Almost anyone can learn it through our action steps, included.

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Supplements vs. Pharmaceuticals: The Comparison

by Diane Gold on July 8, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about some of the differences between supplements and pharmaceuticals, including a quote from Dr. Jaroslav Boublik.

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The Supplement Game: Are You In It?

by Diane Gold on July 1, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about taking supplements at the expense of learning to eat well.

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Habits In Medical Care, Part Two: Pay That Bill!

by Diane Gold on June 24, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on habits in medical care: autopaying our bills.

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The Biggest Habit, The Inflexible Mind: 3 Scenarios

by Diane Gold on June 17, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on THE habit of the mind: inflexibility and three scenarios to recognize.

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Habits In Medical Care: Part One – What Certificate Is That?

by Diane Gold on June 3, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on habits obtained regarding medical care.

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Why Change A Habit? Your Legacy Awaits

by Diane Gold on May 27, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on why to change a habit and how that ties to our legacy.

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Changing Food Habits: Are You Eating GMOs, Organic Foods Or …?

by Diane Gold on May 20, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on changing our food habits as we have more knowledge of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and foods that are labeled “organic.”

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Education And Parenting: How To Build Good Habits

by Diane Gold on May 13, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on education and parenting, dedicated to all of us who have nurtured someone or something in this life.

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The Grade Game: Successful Habits In Education

by Diane Gold on May 6, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on using grades to measure success in education.

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Guru, Master & Mentor: Are You In The Habit Of Verifying The Title?

by Diane Gold on Apr. 29, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on the use of the words “guru, master and mentor.”

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Tai Chi, Walking & Other Fitness Training:Turning Exercise Into Habit

by Diane Gold on Apr. 22, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on fitness exercises and how we train them. Tai chi is first in the title in honor of World Tai Chi Day, Saturday.

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The Peace Process Formula: Phase 3

by Diane Gold on Apr. 15, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on the peace process formula. It is the third installment in the series.

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Women As Slaves: How To Change This Habit

by Diane Gold on Apr. 8, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on women as slaves and how we change this habit.

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What Martial Art … Helps Change A Habit?

by Diane Gold on Apr. 1, 2013.

This week, our main article focuses on tai chi and how tai chi principle can help change a habit.

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Martial Arts Of The Mind

by Diane Gold on Mar. 25, 2013.

This week, our main article is about martial arts of the mind. This article transpired as a discussion for a kung fu student who needed to understand that the physical exercises are the tools for the accomplishments of the mind. This article is a reminder of that truth.

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Change A Habit: How The Health Care System Has Taught Us Bad Habits

by Diane Gold on Mar. 18, 2013.

This week, our main article is about how the U.S. Health Care System has led us to need to Change A Habit.

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Sprouts: 7 Reasons Why. With Commentary By Jason McCobb, aka Farmer Jay

by Diane Gold on Mar. 11, 2013.

This week, our main article is about sprouting, with guidance from Farmer Jay of Farmer-Jay-Pure-Organics.

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The Gender Issue

by Diane Gold on Mar. 4, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about the gender issue as it relates to women.

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Peace Needs A Bridge: How To Build It And Keep It Open

by Diane Gold on Feb. 25, 2013.

This week, our main article talks about the fact that Peace needs a bridge in order to make it real.

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How To Change A Habit By Realizing Our Luxuries

by Diane Gold on Feb. 18, 2013.

This week, we have an article about how to change a habit by realizing how much we have.

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Timing Of Meals Affects Weight Loss

by Diane Gold on Feb. 11, 2013.

This week, we have an article on Timing Of Meals by Anahad O’Connor, followed by comments and action steps by me.

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The Protein Myth: That We Need All The Essential Amino Acids At Every Meal

by Diane Gold on Feb. 4, 2013.

This week, we have an article about the protein myth, the fact that it’s not necessary to combine proteins to get all the amino acids in one sitting.

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Turning Habits Into Health: How 1 Step At A Time Can Make The Change

by Diane Gold on Jan. 28, 2013.

This week, we talk about Turning Habits Into Health and the 1-step at a time approach to habit change.

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Juicing At Home vs. Juice From The Health Food Store

by Diane Gold on Jan. 21, 2013.

This week, we talk about juicing, the pros and cons to juicing at home vs. the health food store. We also define organic vs. natural vs. vegan.

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Water For Weight Loss, Emotional Eating Turned To Healthy Hydration

by Diane Gold on Jan. 14, 2013.

This week, we talk about how drinking water can temper food cravings habitually. We also consider that water is not in abundance for all people.

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Food Cravings: How To Maximize Them For Our Good Health

by Diane Gold on Jan. 7, 2013.

First issue in 2013, and we are raring to go!

This week’s article talks about maximizing our food cravings so that we can be healthier.

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Plant-Based Nutrition And 3 Weight Loss Factors That Come Along, Too

by Diane Gold on Dec. 31, 2012.

This week’s article talks about plant-based nutrition and 3 weight loss factors to look for.

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Crossroads: Successfully Choosing The Way We Make Decisions

by Diane Gold on Dec. 24, 2012.

This week’s article talks about crossroads and the ways we handle them when they come.

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Appetite Control: How Saving Someone Other Than Ourselves Balances Appetite

by Diane Gold on Dec. 17, 2012.

This week’s article talks about the appetite and how saving someone other than ourselves can balance our appetite.

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The Peace Process Formula: Phase 2

by Diane Gold on Dec. 10, 2012.

Our main article offers phase 2 of the peace process formula begun last week. It has great promise, so it would be great if you would participate.

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The Peace Process: A Step-By-Step Formula To Achieve Peace And Replace Overeating At The Same Time

by Diane Gold on Dec. 3, 2012.

This issue is dedicated to my father who passed 49 years ago yesterday at age 49. To Harry!

Our main article offers a strategy for the peace process whose doing can reduce one’s weight by the very focus of the activity.

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Dancing For Weight Loss: A Fun Way To Firm It, Move It, Remove It

by Diane Gold on Nov. 26, 2012.

This week’s main article is about using dancing for weight loss with 5 action steps from which to choose.

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Declaration Of Tolerance For School Agers: Kindness Is Cool

by Diane Gold on November 19, 2012.

This week’s main article is about a Declaration of Tolerance, a program that should be present in all school environments to establish harmony and understanding of individual differences.

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Mushrooms For Weight Loss: Nature’s Secret Strategy In A Small Package

by Diane Gold on November 6, 2012.

This week, our main article is all about mushrooms, their nutrition and how they satisfy our appetites and heal us.

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3 Feelings That Can Cause Teen Girls Weight Gain Plus Unique Solutions And Food Tips For Each

by Diane Gold on October 29, 2012.

This week’s main article discusses 3 feelings that cause teen girls to weight gain including solutions in the form of action steps and food tips for each.

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Why Green Tea Can Help With Teen Weight Loss And What’s In It

by Diane Gold on October 22, 2012.

This week’s main article is about green tea for teen weight loss. There are action steps for both daughters and moms.

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Will Power For Weight Loss And Other Goals: 3 Steps To Jump Start It

by Diane Gold on October 15, 2012.

This week’s main article is about will power for weight loss and other goals. It ends with 3 steps to jump start your will power that can really make a difference.

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Teen Weight Gain And Sugary Drinks: A Closer Look

by Diane Gold on October 8, 2012.

This week’s main article is about teen weight gain and sugary drinks. How shocking that sugary drinks are the largest single caloric food source.

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Fortifying The Mind From An Early Age: The Power Of 1-Step Education: 1 Layer, Then Another, Then Another

by Diane Gold on October 1, 2012.

This week’s main article is about fortifying the mind from an early age and the power of understanding 1-step education.

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Belief In Self: 5 Ways To Create Belief

by Diane Gold on September 24, 2012.

This week’s main article is about Belief In Self and how it is possible to create this belief through a 5 simple techniques.

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The Habit Cycle: Cue-Action-Reward-Cue-ReplaceAction-Reward

by Diane Gold on September 17, 2012.

This week’s main article is about habits and how we can examine them. We have an awesome infographic that tells the story.

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Weight Loss For Teen Girls: 5 Quick Appetite Tips

by Diane Gold on September 10, 2012.

This week’s main article is for teen girls. We give 5 quick tips to pick up and use today for the growing teenage girl having a hard time with weight.

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Anatomy Of A Habit: 10 Excuses That Don’t Work Any More. Or Do They?

by Diane Gold on September 3, 2012.

A few weeks ago, there was an article on Habits. Due to the enthusiastic response and in preparation for the book on the subject, this week’s main article is Anatomy Of A Habit.

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Writing For Weight Loss: A Way To Curb Our Urge To Eat

by Diane Gold on August 27, 2012.

This week’s main article is about Writing For Weight Loss. The idea is that when we are writing, we are focused on writing.

There’s also a link to get your own blog within 15 minutes.

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Bad Habits: How To Change A Habit

by Diane Gold on August 20, 2012.

This week’s main article is about Changing Bad Habits. We have included access to a flowchart with a step-by-step diagram.

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Giving To Charity Can Help Our Daughters With Weight

by Diane Gold on August 13, 2012.

Last week, our main article mentioned freecycling. This week, our main article is about charity and how it can help our daughters look outside themselves.

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Moving To A New House: 3 Ways Changing Our Routine Gives Us Big Opportunity

by Diane Gold on August 6, 2012.

As a treat, we offer 3 life-changing action steps that are so simple, even though they are right under our very noses on a daily basis. And, yes, our main article, as promised, is about moving.

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Get Your Weight Off: 10 Surefire Tactics That Will Reduce Your Weight Now

by Diane Gold on July 23, 2012.

Our main article was written by our panelist and registered dietician, Elisa Rodriguez. Her 10 tactics are so important because they can individually be implemented without much effort. The goodness we will feel from any 1 powers up our motivation to repeat the tactic the next day.

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Love Yourself, The Interview With Sabrina Barnett And Her Empowerment Clothing For Women

by Diane Gold on July 16, 2012.

As promised, this week’s main article is about Sabrina Barnett whose mission is to help women’s self-esteem through her Women’ Empowerment Clothing Line. We are offering a coupon.

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Mind-Sound: Music And Language Create Imagery Through Sound, An Interview With Heiko Martens-Scholz

by Diane Gold on July 9, 2012.

Our main article focuses on Heiko Martens-Scholz, motivational psychologist and author, and his success working with hundreds using mind-sound technology which he calls Hi-Tec-Motivation.

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Revelations Of A Weight Warrior, Trish Carr: A Testimony For Moms And Daughters-Part III

by Diane Gold on July 5, 2012.

Here is the third part in our three-part series based on an interview with Trish Carr, Warrior Of Weight. Within this article is Trish’s quote that food is just a therapy. Anyone who finds the quote…

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Revelations Of A Weight Warrior, Trish Carr: A Testimony For Moms And Daughters-Part II

by Diane Gold on July 2, 2012.

This week, we have parts two and three of our three-part series with Trish Carr, Warrior Of Weight. Here is part two where Trish gives instructions on using stir fry for snacks.

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Revelations Of A Weight Warrior, Trish Carr: A Testimony For Moms And Daughters-Part I

by Diane Gold on June 25, 2012.

We have interviewed Tris Carr. This is the first of a three-part feature where she shares her insights about her ongoing journey with food, filled with strategies and tips we can all relate to.

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Motherhood: 5 Common Mistakes (2 Seen in Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds)

by Diane Gold on June 18, 2012.

This controversial article on Motherhood looks at some of the mistakes that we commonly make, all of which influence our daughters.

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Wheatgrass Juice: What’s So Good About It?

by Diane Gold on June 11, 2012.

Wheatgrass Juice has some amazing, healing properties. We go over 10 of them and offer 4 or 5 easy action steps to help everyone get started with making it a regular habit.

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Peace And Prejudice: How The Key To Peace Is The Same As The Key To Weight Loss

by Diane Gold on June 4, 2012.

Our main article is about how the uncontrollable urges to eat are like the irrational prejudices we have for other people.

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The Juice Cleanse

by Diane Gold on May 28, 2012.

Happy Memorial Day. Today we honor those who have fallen and have served for our safety.  They are worthy. We are thankful.

Elisa Rodriguez, our friend and registered dietician, has written a wonderful article called The Juice Cleanse. She has prepared this discussion to instruct on the safest result. With Publisher commentary.

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Preparing To Thrive With Food Addiction: How Tai Chi Mind Readies Us For Change

by Diane Gold on May 21, 2012.

Our featured essay is about preparation. There are always start up steps when we embark on a new program. We are so driven to start our new meal plan that we sometimes forget to prepare.

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Motivation: 5 Ways We Renew It, But Do They Really Work?

by Diane Gold on May 14, 2012.

Our featured essay is about motivation and the things we do to get it. When must we change circumstances; when must we change ourselves?

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Motherhood: 5 Things All Mothers Have In Common

by Diane Gold on May 7, 2012.

Our main essay is in honor of Mother’s Day. Congratulations and many happy returns. (For those of you who are not moms, please hug a mom.)

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Fitness By Influence: How To Motivate At Home Fitness By Example

by Diane Gold on April 30, 2012.

Our main essay talks about how we can be the example our daughters need: in fitness and in health.

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Tai Chi: How Tai Chi Can Position Us To Change The World

by Diane Gold on April 23, 2012.

Because World Tai Chi And Chi Kung Day is this coming Saturday, April 28, our main article talks about its true purpose, and, more than that, the real mission of doing tai chi. This is an impactful subject, and comments are requested.

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Lunch Hour, The Movie: An In-Depth Look At The Lack Of Nutrition In School Food

by Diane Gold on April 16, 2012.

Our main article is a review of the worthwhile documentary, Lunch Hour, a spectacular look at our school food system with ways we can help change it.

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The Power Of Silence: 5 Ways That Silence Can Be Achieved

by Diane Gold on April 9, 2012.

In In this issue, we will talk about The Power Of Silence and how we can use it to improve ourselves and help others.

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Creating Power:5 Opportunities To Build It And Keep It

by Diane Gold on April 2, 2012.

Our main essay in this issue, I’m happy to say, talks about Creating Power. There are so many reasons we need power in this world. We need to stop giving it all away.

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Diane Gold’s Interview With V. Mark Durand: The Highlights

by Diane Gold on March 26, 2012.

This week’s main article has highlights from my interview with V. Mark Durand, PhD. I am a big fan of the simplicity of his techniques since they lead to profound success in communicating with our daughters, ourselves and our families and friends.

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How Is Parenting A Challenging Child Like Trying To Lose Weight?

by Diane Gold on March 19, 2012.

For the next two issues, we are pleased to bring you world renowned psychologist, V. Mark Durand, author of Optimistic Parenting. This week, we have his article equating parenting a challenging child and losing weight. Next week, we will bring you highlights from the interview we did with him.

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Mother-Daughter Anti-Communication And How To Fix It

by Diane Gold on March 12, 2012.

In our main article is based on a story about a mother and a daughter. Their type of interaction is the very reason I started WarriorsOfWeight.com. The current segment of their relationship could be part of most mother-daughter struggles and is a very difficult hump to get over.  In our main essay, you will get a glimpse of my consulting program in action as today’s action step(s).

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Tai Chi For Weight Loss: Preparing Yourself For Your Journey With Weight

by Diane Gold on March 5, 2012.

I am happy to bring you a discussion about one of the most impactful studies of my life. that of Tai Chi. Our main article talks about how this is a wonderful tool for weight loss in so many ways.

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Subliminal Seduction: How We Are Seduced And How Weight Loss Suffers

by Diane Gold on February 27, 2012.

Our main article talks about how we are affected by media underneath our consciousness and how this can affect the way we eat.

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The O Word And How Education Develops Sensitivity In Speaking About Weight Issues

by Diane Gold on February 20, 2012.

I’m really excited about this week’s main essay. It touches upon some of the most important issues for family members and friends of and those who struggle with extra body weight.

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Food Education: Who’s Doing It And Who’s Responsible For It?

by Diane Gold on February 13, 2012.

This week, our main article talks about food education and school nutrition. Our kids spend the bulk of their day in school. This means the food they eat will either come from home, school or a nearby store. Florence Bernard, our education expert, gives her insights on whether or not our education system prepares our kids with nutrition knowledge.

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I Don’t Have Time For Weight Loss: 7 Steps To Get It!

by Diane Gold on February 6, 2012.

Our main article is dedicated to all those moms and daughters who are juggling many of life’s challenges, including weight issues. May they choose to find the time.

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How To Change Your Life Through The Power Of Words

by Diane Gold on January 30, 2012.

Our main article was written by speaker and author, Suzanne Kovi, whose mission is to inspire women and kids to move into courageous action.

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School Bullying: 9 Solutions For Bullied Students

by Diane Gold on January 23, 2012.

Our main article talks about School Bullying, a topic I have dealt with in the New York City and State School Systems and as martial arts school owner for the past 16 years. Although it seems to be an uncivilized answer to someone’s pain, bullying is very common and affects our school culture.

It is written specifically for our daughters.

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The Avocado Story And Fat Can Be Good

by Diane Gold on January 16, 2012.

Today’s main article comes from Anahad O’Connor and Dave Lieberman from their book, The 10 Things You Need To Eat. It talks about why avocados are healthy for you and why their fat is good fat.

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 Acupressure And Tapping: How They Can Help Your Weight

by Diane Gold on January 9, 2012.

Our main article below is about tapping, by Hillary Talbott, acupuncture physician and clinical herbalist from St. Petersburg, Florida. She offers us professional acupressure and tapping techniques that can assist with weight loss based upon the principles of Chinese medicine. There is also a video.

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New Year’s Resolutions That Work: Weight Loss, 2012

by Diane Gold on January 2, 2012.

This article recognizes why we make New Year’s resolutions and targets weight loss resolutions and why some work better than others. Giant resolutions tend to be much harder to keep since they require much more staying or maintenance power, which can be a newly learned behavior, over time.

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Let’s Move, Even When It’s Hard

by Diane Gold on December 26, 2011.

Let’s Move, Even When It’s Hard, stresses the importance of moving every day. It includes a few easy 30 second movements that we can do in bed, in the bathroom, in the kitchen, in our chair. I remember when John F. Kennedy started his physical education program in all schools. And today, Michelle Obama has her letsmove.gov program, which emphasizes how crucial and how much fun it is to put movement in our lives, starting when we are young.

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How To Break A Food Trance

by Diane Gold on December 19, 2011.

Our featured essay is an interview with Sharon and Glenn Livingston, PhDs and experts on emotional eating. This transcription and the audio below highlights some of the most straight forward ways to combat what happens when you go into a food trance.

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Meditation For Weight Loss

by Diane Gold on December 12, 2011.

In our main essay, we talk about how meditation is a great method for weight loss and the principles of simplicity, daily time out and relaxation.

The action steps are a full meditation method in itself.
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A Winning Combination: Grades At School And Self-Esteem

by Diane Gold on December 5, 2011.

In our main essay, Florence Bernard, internationally known educator and parent consultant, discusses how focusing on grades can help with a myriad of weight issues. As always, there are action steps within.

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Coaching For Experts: A Resource For Moms And Their Daughters

by Diane Gold on November 28, 2011.

It is brave for us moms to consider being coached. Why? Because we are supposed to be experts, know how to do “it,” and getting a coach could negate our perfection. Or would it show our willingness to grow and evolve?

In this issue, there is discussion about the merit to being coached once you have reached expert status. There is a list of what points to look for to enhance your personal development.

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Nicknames, Role Modeling and Parenting, Oh, My!

by Diane Gold on November 21, 2011.

How many of us think about the nicknames we devise for our daughters? Chubby thighs, Squooshy Face, Puff Ball? We mean these terms as endearment, but they can become harmful to us in later years. Our main essay was written by someone who did her thesis on how these affect us later on. Allison Agliata, Clinical Psychology Doctorate, gives some impressive insights and some to do steps in her piece.

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Get Your Wish: 10 Steps To Discovery

by Diane Gold on November 7, 2011.

If we could have one wish to change one thing about ourselves, what would it be?
This main article looks at the importance of focus and follow-through. It contains a 10-point outline of how to find your way and get your wish.

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Making A New Decision: Deciding Not To Decide Or Deciding For One Hour Only

by Diane Gold on October 31, 2011.

In our main article, we talk about decision making. Most of us concern ourselves that, if we make a decision, we are locked into it. This causes inaction and tension. It is also far from being written in stone in most cases. Yes, if you write in stone, it’s hard to erase; but we can ease into many decisions by making short-term commitments, such as an hour at a time.

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Welcome To Warriors Of Weight

by Diane Gold on October 31, 2011.

Welcome To Warriors Of Weight, the only website and inbox magazine that focuses on moms and their precious daughters. Our missions is to supply you mom tools to help with your daughter.
We hope to build a community of moms and daughters who can come together to learn and support each other.