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Paul Mackenna
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TheChristmasFaery · 25/10/2017 09:16

Have downloaded the app today.
Anyone had good results with this?
Anyone fancy joining me?

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TheChristmasFaery · 25/10/2017 09:17

Oooo I wish there was an edit function on MN 😤

McKenna!!

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Pajamagirl · 29/10/2017 14:19

I downloaded the app and did think it helps .
You have to listen to it a lot , sometimes now I can hear his voice when I'm making food choices. Cos I'm a piglet I often ' override' it , but it can definitely change your attitude
It is not a diet as such but more a way of thinking about what you actually want and the reason why
If you are an emotional eater then this will help you
I learnt that I treat myself with food when tired or stressed and this makes me question that reaching for chic / crisps / wine as knee jerk reaction .
( read around Nlp , it will e xplain it better than I can)

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Pajamagirl · 29/10/2017 14:20

Choc

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shivermytimbers · 29/10/2017 14:25

Isn't he the fella that says he can cure any addiction using hypnosis whilst simultaneously being unable to control his own drug and porn addictions?
If I were you, I'd avoid spending any money on this... Hmm

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sarahbell020608 · 09/11/2017 22:03

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SmiledWithTheRisingSun · 12/11/2017 21:29

Ooh thanks for the responses.
I have already downloaded Paul - am going to give it a go.
I have certainly noticed that I snack when bored / working / when tired.
Got to keep busy I guess!

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SmiledWithTheRisingSun · 12/11/2017 21:30

Will check out David K too!

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cherrytree63 · 28/12/2017 09:11

I read his "I Can Make You Thin" book at the start of my weight loss journey.
The best advice he gave was to only eat when hungry, and stop when full.
After a lifetime of gluttony it wasn't easy to recognise those feelings, but I think learning to do so was the biggest factor for me.
Also understanding why I over ate.
October 2014.. 12 1/2 stone
Today 9 stone.

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FlightyMare · 28/12/2017 16:19

I've done it in the past and sometimes listen to the hypnosis track again. The book's good, sensible advice and I like PM a lot. Worth a try, good luck x

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