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a difficult battle

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

I have found while trying to change my eating lifestyle that there are so many bad habits that I have to un-teach myself. I seem to be going in stages the first was I am an emotional eater and I eat whatever I want but I don't want to be fat anymore the second is I'm going to start to count my calories. In this stage I have found myself still allowing to eat the bad for you stuff but as long as it stays within my calorie range but now I feel I am moving into a different stage where I actually want to eat stuff that is better for my body and I really look at food as what is going to last the longest not what is going to taste the best. But really it has been a struggle over the month or so tha tI have been doing this. Since I had a C-section about 8 weeks ago I am trying to now include exercise well as much as I can do right now some of it can really hurt the next day.

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HAPPIESTMAMA 5/29/2008 4:00PM

    It's a long difficult battle but you have the determination to persevere. I will certainly be there for you through this whole process. Lean on me whenever the hill seems to steep to climb and I will do the same with you. We can be each other's coach! Good luck my dear!

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YSLAWHORN 5/21/2008 5:12PM

    I have found that breaking old habits are the hardest part of the process. It is just so easy to fall back into old familiar habits, especially for us emotional eaters. I think you are on the right track though and have taken a giant step in the right direction.

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COLEMANSR 5/14/2008 2:47PM

    Hi, It is a growing process. Take it slow with just having a baby. You will get there. You sound determine.

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