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3/27/13 10:12 P

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“When you're a beautiful person on the inside, there is nothing in the world that can change that about you. Jealousy is the result of one's lack of self-confidence, self-worth, and self-acceptance.

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3/27/13 6:52 P

I over snacked last night causing my calorie count to go over for the day. I am seeing a pattern develop when I do homework late Tuesday and Wednesday nights. I am going to try to spread out my calories a little better on those nights so I have more room when I need to have a snack that late. I am doing great today! I finished my workouts and planned my meals ahead of time! The sun is shining outside! emoticon

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3/27/13 12:14 P

I binged this past weekend on 2 whole bags of chips. The large kind. I knew when I was buying them I shouldn't have. It took two days to eat them but my victory was not looking at the scale during the binge. I did not want to feel completely discouraged and spiral down, sabotaging all my efforts. I learned that restricting too many things or not adding certain foods that we enjoy into our daily diet can cause huge temptations that may be hard to break. All that matters is that you get back up and try again. Congrats to you for all your efforts to get healthier!

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3/27/13 9:53 A

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I weighed today and lost almost 3 pounds. I started at 244 and was 241.6 today. I want to get down to 150.
IACTA_ALEA_EST Posts: 2,362
3/26/13 9:12 A

So what did you replace the binge with? If that is too personal my apologies.. I exercise or drink tea.

"...dietary protein proved to be so powerful in its effect that we could turn on and off cancer growth simply by changing the level consumed" Colin Campbell, The China Study
CLWALDRO Posts: 4,583
3/24/13 4:22 A

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You are doing much better. I hope that when the urge to binge comes you go to your friends on SP before food. We are here as a community to support each other no matter when or where a crisis strikes. Just keep taking it one step at a time and soon your health will improve and hopefully the urge to binge will stop

FITNESSFREAK10 Posts: 11,216
3/24/13 2:58 A

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BLESSTHISHOME Posts: 1,533
3/23/13 3:08 P

Great!!! Blessings on your journey to fitness!

Kim 5'10 stay at home mom



I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHICH STRENGTHENETH ME. PHILIPPIANS 4:13


1 Cor. 10:31
Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.

CORKYTHEMOM1 SparkPoints: (125,806)
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3/23/13 2:25 P

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NEWRUNNER2 Posts: 542
3/23/13 1:51 P

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Good for you!

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PHYLODIA Posts: 22
3/23/13 11:36 A

My biggest problem is binging every few days when I have a bad day.. I have had two bad days when I managed to not binge.

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