Author Archives: Mark Hodgson

Doubts And Worries

My new eBook, 100 Days of Mind Food For Weight Managers,  is only days away from being released. It’s a few weeks later than expected because of all sorts of hold ups and I’m more than a little impatient to … Continue reading

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A Chance Encounter

This is one of the stories I was given for my new book of Dog Stories – which I would like to call Tell Tail Tales… I was exercising my two dogs in the local park recently. They are my … Continue reading

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Look Out For Your Supporters

An article from my book coming out soon… As we make a life-style change there will inevitably be people who want us to stop and I call them saboteurs. Those people who we allow to interfere in the achievement of … Continue reading

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Fake It Until You Make It

Many of you will know that much of my work is helping people manage their weight better. This article was prompted by that work. I remember working with a group of clients and we were talking about self-confidence and how … Continue reading

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The Washing Up Fairy

Or how I learned to change my negative self-talk and love the washing up Those who know me well know that I don’t like housework, and washing up is no exception.  Up until a few years ago, I would regularly … Continue reading

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Lucy’s Message

Lucy, who wrote this, is the niece of one of my Facebook friends. I work with people struggling to manage their weight and she says beautifully what it feels like to hear cruel, bullying jokes on the radio and television.  … Continue reading

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Brief Encounter

Fellow dog owners will know that you meet people out walking who become more than just casual passers-by but very often you don’t know their names. They simply become Beano’s dad or Ozzie’s mum. Often you exchange more than the … Continue reading

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