The Courage to Live - Don't Play the Victim Card

author : JeremyLikness
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I used mine all of the time. They were handy, entitling me to drink, smoke cigarettes, binge on food and pursue other addictive behavior.

Jeremy is an expert in performance nutrition and writes a monthly column exclusively for B.T.com on weightloss issues. Please welcome Jeremy by visiting his website:  www.naturalphysiques.com

Do you bring a special deck of cards with you everywhere you go?

You know the ones I am referring to? Most people have a special wallet made for them. They want to keep these cards safe so they can pull them out quickly, at any given instant.

The cards have words on them. They say things like ...

“I don't have time.”
“I don't have money.”
“My children keep me busy.”
“I work a full time job.”
“I go to school.”

I know about these cards because I have my own special set. I call these victim cards and they come in handy when we need excuses.

I used mine all of the time. They were handy, entitling me to drink, smoke cigarettes, binge on food and pursue other addictive behavior. [.....]

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date: December 14, 2004

JeremyLikness

My credentials include being a Certified Fitness Trainer and a Specialist in Performance Nutrition, both certifications awarded through the International Sports Sciences Association. I am an avid student of Ian King and have remained actively involved in the fitness industry through coaching other trainers, consulting clients, and contributing articles and advice to various organizations.

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My credentials include being a Certified Fitness Trainer and a Specialist in Performance Nutrition, both certifications awarded through the International Sports Sciences Association. I am an avid student of Ian King and have remained actively involved in the fitness industry through coaching other trainers, consulting clients, and contributing articles and advice to various organizations.

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