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TONKA14 Posts: 4,947
8/8/13 10:31 A

Being able to identify emotional eating as a trigger is a big key to meeting your goal. Here is an article that can help you begin to put new options in to place to beat the emotional connection to food.

Stop Emotional Eating Before It Starts
15 Ways Turn Off Your Emotions without Turning to Food
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellness_arti
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Coach Tanya

PROPMAN1 Posts: 1,862
8/8/13 9:46 A

We're approximately the same height and weight....let me know if you get good tips about losing the last 10 (these are not baby weight). Peace.

ALEIGH57 Posts: 1
8/8/13 9:32 A

I am 5'2" and 136 pounds. I have already lost 20 pounds I gained while pregnant. My baby is almost 3 and I've been trying to lose the last 10 pounds for over a year now. I will get close then have a bad week and gain it back! Being short, I could have one bad day and gain 5 pounds it seems. My family revolves around food and wine:)! We love to eat and enjoy a glass or two of wine while together. I am also an emotional eater, if I have a bad day I go right to the fridge!:/

I have tried everything from insanity, dukan diet, advocare, to juice cleanses. I'm that girl! I have use to be able to think about losing weight and I would. Getting close to 30 though, things aren't that way:)!

Any tips on how to finally after over a year of up and downs, finally put my mind to it and get to 125...my goal!

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