HELP!! I'm losing control!

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Since beginning SP in 2007 I have had some ups and downs. It really took me quite awhile to find my balance. First I lost more weight than I should, so I worked at gaining back some. Then I gained a little too much weight and again I had to carefully watch my food intake to lose just the right amount. Finally, about a year after starting SP I was able to start maintaining my perfect weight.
In the last year I have had two hip replacement surgeries and was able to maintain my weight throughout the ordeal. Now I have to have surgery to revise the first hip I had done and I'm really upset!! I have slowly started to gain weight back. I know I'm depressed and upset about my upcoming surgery, but I can't seem to get control of my food intake. My attitude is that I've gone through so much why not indulge a little. Well, a little has turned into a lot!
My surgery is scheduled for June 10th. How do I gain control again!?! I know that the extra weight will slow my recovery, but I can't seem to help myself! I have no will power anymore. ...
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    Hi, first of all I want to say you're doing great.
    You maintained all the way through the hip operations and even though you now need another you know you can do it...you already have!
    Believe me when I say indulging is the wrong attitude.
    I'd lost a lot of weight when I found I needed various operations. I got through those ok and then when I began to feel well again over indulged and put most of it back on...needless to say I am still trying to get it off and it's almost a year later!
    Please don't give in, you CAN do this...you KNOW you CAN.
    I'll be thinking of you and I'm here if you want to rant & rave emoticon
    3216 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/27/2009 6:42:07 AM
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