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VATRUCKER SparkPoints: (20,629)
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1/31/13 5:17 P

I really think u can say no. Just think about the years ahead as an healthy person, or think about the years ahead as a dead person, or depressed person or bedridden person, any number of health risks are involved. Whats it going to be emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

ACYCLINGMIND Posts: 281
1/31/13 10:26 A

It sounds like you've set a good goal and are in a mindset to keep it. Those last pounds can be the hardest and the slowest. Realistically slower, though, is better. Remember that when you're freaking out because the scale hasn't moved; the slower it comes off the slower it goes back on again and the more likely you are to maintain your new weight. Best of luck in your journey. Take your coworkers as a blessing and let them know your intentions to get fit - you may just find some support.

PROUD-GRANDMA SparkPoints: (96,464)
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1/31/13 8:26 A

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SONDYL SparkPoints: (15)
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1/30/13 9:20 P

I am turning 40 in a few weeks and so want this 15 lbs gone. I have yoyo dieted since I can remember and just want it off for good. I have no willpower and I love to eat. Everyone at my job is fit and eats healthy, but they like to bring any junk food they don't want, to work and I can't say no to it!! Help!!

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