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MAD-RUNNER-CHIC
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9/12/12 4:26 A

After my ednos got so bad that I was pushing away from friends and family and lost my boyfriend... I was perpetually unhappy and realized I couldn't sustain that lifestyle.

*edit* Started a recovery journey, not exactly for weight loss.

Edited by: MAD-RUNNER-CHIC at: 9/12/2012 (04:27)


45AQUA-MAN
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9/12/12 2:36 A

When I was working in the attic I squeezed through the rafter then couldn't get back out.



JILLITA55
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9/11/12 9:19 A

weighing 279 pounds. I am not down to 180 and still working at it



JILLITA55
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9/7/12 8:05 A

I wanted to be more in shape. This sight has helped me with my goals.



SIMPLEVITY
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8/17/12 11:49 P

Just curious -- Can you pinpoint a time at which you resolved to get serious and embark on a (semi-)structured weight loss journey? What is your motivation and what was, I guess, the "final straw"?

I have gained a lot of weight recently, due mainly to more academic pressure at school and my emotional eating habits. Today I finally weighed myself and decided that I needed to do something about it. I've never counted calories or been on a "diet" for a considerable amount of time, but now I think the structure of tracking food and exercise and the knowledge it affords may be worth it, so I am going to try to stay updated on this website.



 
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