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Making social cues work for you

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session 6 of 8 for preventing diabetes

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    Making social cues work for you Making social cues work for you Presentation Transcript

    • This Slideshow was developed incollaboration with the Walla Walla Making socialYMCA, Providence St MaryMedical Center and Walla Walla cues work forGeneral Hospital. The slide show is youbest viewed along with lectures Social cues are ….provided at the Walla WallaYMCA. Page numbers noted in the What others people say orslide show refer to pages in the do that affects your eatinghandout given to all participants. and activity
    • Problem or social cue ExamplesThe sight of other people eating orbeing inactiveBeing offered (or pressured to eat)problem foods or invited to do somethinginactive.Being naggedHearing complaints See page 34
    • Helpful social cues ExamplesThe site of other people eating healthyfoods or being activeBeing offered healthy foods or invited todo something active.Being praisedHearing compliments See page 34
    • Change the ProblemStay away from the cue if you canChange the Cue if You canKey to your success• Ask other to praise you for your success and ignore your slipsPractice responding in a more healthy way  See page 35
    • Add Helpful social cues  See page 36
    • Who can provide support? See page 37,38 AND 39
    • Social Cues are powerful atsocial events Social Events  Upset our routine  Challenge us with unique food and social cues  May involve habits that have developed over many yearsBRAINSTORM YOUR OPTIONS see page 38
    • What cues make you want toeat? See page 41 and 42
    • Activity Cues Keep these in sight See page 43
    • Get rid of one food cueAnd addOne cue for being activeSee page 44
    • Livestrong.com loops Route Summary Total Distance: 2.53 miles Avg Speed: miles/h Estimated Time: 0h 50m 39s Start Elevation:Whitman Mission 652.89 ft End Elevation: 652.89 ft Minimum Elevation: 623.36 ft Maximum Elevation: 708.66 ft Elevation Ascent: 331.36 ft Elevation Descent: 331.36 ft Track Points: 62 Weight: lbs Estimated Calories: 189.55 Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/loop s/_whitman_mission- 8WMfDMGnqF/#ixzz1LskgQrIf
    • http://www.slideshare.net/OnTheEdge_at_the_Y http:www.diabetesanswers.org