Have you struggled with weight, dieting, or body image in the past? If so…

Your Brain May Be Blocking You From Losing Weight.

How susceptible are you?

From Sponsor to Guide

We have a lot of support structures in our Bright Line Eating community. There’s buddies, Mastermind Groups, and, up until now, something called sponsorship. Watch this week’s Vlog to hear why we’ve decided to change our terminology from “sponsor” to “Guide.”

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Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is a New York Times bestselling author and an expert in the psychology and neuroscience of eating. Susan is the Founder and CEO of Bright Line Eating®, a scientifically grounded program that teaches you a simple process for getting your brain on board so you can finally find freedom from food.  Read Susan’s Full Story

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  1. Diana

    I would like to have a guide from my area.

    Thank you,
    Diana

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  2. Kathly

    ´Guide` is so much better than ´sponsor.` I’d have expected a sponsor relationship to involve the exchange to money!

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  3. Barbara Maunder

    Oh, Mary Rose, than you – re Intermittent-reinforcement. I’m very grateful for your suggestion. Perfect for me at present. Regards, Barbara.

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  4. SBD

    I like the idea of Guide for so many reasons, most already mentioned by you. Having been a facilitator or “guide” within a grief environment, I like the notion of being shown a path that you may not have known about or recognized as one that could work for you, provide new insights. A guide may have experiences that they can share to provide options for a new path. No matter how wise we each are, and I believe everyone is in some way, it often takes another to provide suggestions, options, methods that we have not thought of particularly surrounding food and long time habits that have been unknowingly formed. I think BLE is onto something BIG, and more inclusive– we can all be guides in some way–great change SPT team!

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  5. sassimint grace

    Sounds like semantics to me. I am a 40 yr. sober in AA member.

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  6. Krysta Harder @brightlineloser

    I love this change! 🙂 way more approachable and less daunting on BOTH sides of the equation. It could get specific too like a “rezoom guide” or a “landing the plane” guide or an “adding in exercise guide” Etc… guides down different paths of the same trail. 🙂

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  7. joyce

    Mental Depression, Effects on Health—Sadness deadens the circulation in the blood vessels and nerves, and also retards the action of the liver. It hinders the process of digestion and of nutrition, and has a tendency to dry up the marrow of the whole system…. Mental depression causes dyspepsia, and this aggravates the mental disorder.—Letter 1, 1883. { 3MR 337.3 }
    The whole heathen world will rise up in judgment against those whom heaven has favored the most, but who have placed themselves on Satan’s side, and worked in his lines to bring their soul-destroying narcotics to foreign lands, to pollute and destroy the heathen nations with their defiling and health-destroying drugs. For the sake of a revenue, a professedly Christian nation have forced their traffic upon the heathen nations at the point of the sword, and thus compelled them to accept their merchandise,
    which would in using degrade the people below the level of the brute creation.—Manuscript 49, 1897. { 3MR 341.3 }
    Jesus Christ is the Great Healer, but He desires that by living in conformity with His laws, we may co-operate with Him in the recovery and the maintenance of health. Combined with the work of healing there must be an imparting of knowledge of how to resist temptations. Those who come to our sanitariums should be aroused to a sense of their own responsibility to work in harmony with the God of truth.
    { CME 34.3 }
    We cannot heal. We cannot change the diseased conditions of the body. But it is our part, as medical missionaries, as workers together with God, to use the means that He has provided. Then we should pray that God will bless these agencies. We do believe in a God; we believe in a God who hears and answers prayer. He has said, “Ask, and ye shall receive; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.”—Medical Ministry, 13. { CME 35.1 }

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  8. Barbara Maunder

    Hello Susan/team,
    I’ve been a reader of your books Susan and following the concept of Brightline eating. Breakfast is great, lunch is usually great and the rest sometimes is great. I have a problem though, I become a ‘monday dieter”… in other words – oh, I’ll start again on monday.
    Any ideas – or a podcast topic ? ( I know what automaticity is ! ).
    Regards,
    Barbara.

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