Its been so long I haven't posted anything, but after reading ur teeny tiny ad it gave me a come back boost. That message was meant for my view because for the past few nights I've been going to sleep with a bad chest pain like heartburn it must be the food that I didn't took time eating. Next time I will remember this remedy
Edited by: SHIRMAY at: 12/2/2010 (02:31)
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2 12/2/10 2:24 A
Wow, was just browsing through the comments. My first time responding etc. It's great to know that even strangers are 100% behind you. Great stuff people. Keep it coming. Will be sure to check it out now God bless
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469 12/2/10 2:23 A
It's the small steps that lead us to the huge victories in the end. Congratulations. Keep up the good work.
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1 12/2/10 2:23 A
Dear Tiny, Congratulations on you " Aha Moment"! They are gift to treasure and can certainly be life changing - imagine that feeling after you determined you were full happening the rest of your life. As a lifetime member of WW, having lost 70# in 2002, I know what a great feeling is to learn something new.
Good for you. You are learning what your body really needs. This is a HUGE step, not a teeny tiny one. I am proud of you. Keep up the great work. By thinking along those lines, you will soon reach your goal. Every step in the right direction is a good step. Keep up the great work.
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2 12/2/10 2:20 A
Wow, that is awesome. And so encouraging for me, I usually go to the fridge and if there is nothing there get a biscuit or something.... Thank you for the motivation.
It's behavior changes like this that lead to the results on the scale, and that mean you're able to keep the weight off in the long term. It also means that you're loving yourself and respecting what your body wants rather than eating for emotional reasons or due to external cues. Honestly, it doesn't get much better than this. Keep it up!
p.s.---Is that a sweetheart of an African Grey that you're kissing in your photo?
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Just wanted to say congratulations. I have just moved to a new city and my stuff is in a container on its way here and I know I am using that as an excuse to just eat what I please, so it is nice to be inspired. Thanks
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384 12/2/10 1:45 A
That is fantastic and very helpful also! Keep up the great job!
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12/2/10 1:43 A
Good going! Mind over stomach
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I'd say it was bigger than 'teeny tiny'. Well done! Eating too fast is a huge fault of mine. My husband eats very, very slowly and I am a woofer. I hadn't really thought about it much, but your post given me something to work on, thanks.
Whatever your goals and dreams may be, May each become reality!
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257 11/18/10 2:27 P
that is a BIG victory to be able to slow down so your body can tell you it is enough before you eat too much. GREAT JOB and keep it up.
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37 11/18/10 2:02 P
I know it's not much, but any victory is worth celebrating and I feel way too proud of myself LOL
Today I was STARVING when I got home from work, but I wanted to try something new. So I poached some eggs to go with some fresh baked whole wheat toast. Now, usually when I get home and I'm this hungry, my food is gone in a matter of seconds. But today, I forced myself to slow down and enjoy my food.
And, for once my stomach and my brain had time to talk and tell me that half of it was enough. Usually I just get through the whole plate, then feel sick from eating too much. But not today! Just feel happily full!
Like I said: not a huge victory, but a huge step for me!
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