Liz, Mollie and all the commentators here. This has been a great article to read and thread to ‘listen to’. ‘Hearing’ you all comment about how you think and why helps me think more about what drives me. Long ago, I did an MBTI test. At the time, I knew little about it but it started me on the road to self-understanding. Over the years I’ve learned that sometimes I may rely too much on that test, though it does help. When I took it, it was in written form and scored manually – not like today when you take them on-line of in some computer format and a certain result is found. When I took that test long ago, I scored right about the middle between E/I. The 2nd part at the time was Sensing/Intuition where again I scored about in the middle but more toward the Intuition side. The last 2 parts I scored definitely at one end of the scale – the Thinking/Feeling I came out on the Thinking end and the Judging/Perceiving I was definitely at the Judging end of the scale.
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Portion management: You probably eat too much too fast. Try eating smaller meals more often throughout the day. Essentially, your doctor is telling you the right things. You’ve got to lose weight. There is a correlation between sleep apnea and being over weight. Don’t buy any fat-burners you’ll be throwing money away. There are some natural weight loss supplements that may help you. Make sure you learn the difference between fat-burners, fat blockers, and weight loss supplements. You’ll need to do some of your own research, but the key is to be discipline in your diet, hydration, and sleep. You’ll need to possibly make a life chart to document the areas you’re lacking in. Make a life chart documenting your food intake, sleep, hydration, and exercise every 24 hours for one week. From this you should be able to see some common yet critical mistakes that you’ll need to correct.