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9/2/14 11:40 A

A sorry for the loss of your dad - it's so hard! But hopefully sparkpeople will help you get back on track

Edited by: FORZACHANDMATT at: 9/2/2014 (11:40)
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LOSE4LIFE47 Posts: 67,822
9/2/14 10:46 A

emoticon emoticon Best wishes to you.

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9/2/14 9:56 A

Hi and Welcome to Sparkpeople! You have come to the right place!

Sparkpeople is full of motivation, support, encouragement, inspiration, and information to help you achieve your goals!

You can do it! Take it one day at a time!

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9/2/14 7:02 A

I am so sorry about the loss of your dad.........such events can easily put a person off track........please know that your fellow Sparkers care and that this is a great place for support!

There is an Emotional Eating SparkTeam you may want to check out - there are also groups for those who are grieving (you can do a search on the SparkTeams section and see what comes up).........

Welcome and best wishes!

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TORTISE110 Posts: 5,929
9/2/14 5:48 A

Welcome to Spark. I'm sorry you have lost your dad and it's surely understandable it's been an emotional time for you. But good for you for being aware of how your emotions impacted your eating patterns. I think picking up on that is so important.

All the best to you as you begin to make positive changes! emoticon

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MAYMAY14 Posts: 4
9/2/14 1:22 A

I was doing pretty good with weight and exercise until this past July when my dad passed away. I have not been able to get back on track and have gained 10 pounds back. However, it is more than just this...I don't have the right frame of mind. I am an emotional eater and sabotage myself. Hoping to make some positive changes.

Thank you!


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