Monday, October 28, 2013



  1. Robin, I think your are amazing and God has given you intuition and intelligence as well as the capability to put together all the research and studying you've done to help a massive number of people get their lives back on track, by publishing your book, coaching and doing the videos. However on behalf of this lady your coaching on the illusion of a skinny life, I have to say that you come through as a battering ram. I mean really the image that comes to mind is that of a medieval army trying to break through castle doors with a battering ram. I know you mean well and you're trying to get you point across, but I can feel that it's almost like she's talking to her mother. We all have belief systems and they were formed and implemented when we were little and they are very difficult to break away from. Not everybody who wants to lose weight and exercise has ulterior motives. Exercise and a healthy weight is something that's been proven to improve health and life expectancy, It' is undeniably true that perhaps a great majority of people who diet constantly have addictions and low self esteem, but please realize that you don't have to have an answer for everybody, neither does one size fit all in the realm of the psychology of weight loss. Take care and keep up the research. You have come a long way. Thank you!

    1. Thank you! You are putting this very nicely... But let's get real...i can come across as a proselytizing

      What most who watch don't know is the history I have on each patient before we meet. But even so, I make huge generalizations based on the majority of people I meet daily.