Willing Ways has worked with countless men and women struggling with binge eating (binge eating), chronic dieting, and obesity. The best part is that every new client comes with a unique story of their own. After listening to thousands of stories, some universal central ideas emerge. Miss Atrat Zahra Naqvi is working as a psychologist at Willing Ways and Sadaqat Clinic Lahore. He obtained his MSc Nafisat degree from Punjab University with First Class and Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychology. He completed his professional training from Gangaram Hospital under Dr. Iram Bukhari. He worked at DHQ Hospital in Chiniot as a Psychiatrist on Excise Project.
Our clients also make us aware of the many cultural obsessions surrounding weight loss, and this awareness can help stabilize cycles of dieting, overeating, shame, self-loathing, and one thing. It is very important to remember that there are always solutions to problems. We hoped to have the opportunity to work with many people who are known for being overweight and obese. However, this did not happen. Body hate is not related to body size.
We are taught to believe that our body looks the way it should look. While this is not true. You look at a picture of yourself from some time ago where you were thin and you want to look like that again, but the fact is that our body image has nothing to do with our weight. We have seen numerous patients who come to us after psychotherapy with many positive changes. Even though their symptoms of anxiety and depression have improved, their body image problems persist. Live Binge eating is usually caused by emotional problems, and resolving these emotional problems is not enough to end the binge eating habit. In which the relationship between our body and food was damaged.
Fighting against your own body is always a losing battle. In which we are fighting against the physical impulses that come into being from a revolution. If we control these impulses so that they guide our eating, they can serve as a powerful weapon to protect us from difficult situations. This stage involves compassionate acceptance and eating with a present mind, and when you achieve these things, difficulties set you free.