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Still looking for that silver lining

Sunday, March 06, 2011

I have mixed feelings about my progress lately. No, that's not quite the right term for it.

Every day I seem to have a little more energy and my clothes seem to fit ever so slightly better. I don't feel run down as much. I'm watching what I eat, making salads and fruit a much bigger part of my diet and skipping cokes, most potato chips, fried stuff.

I'm exercising regularly - walking, running a little (as my feet adapt), weights.

And yet - there it is again - my weight stays the same.

Yes, YES, I know to focus on all of the above things, the positive changes I'm making, but I can't escape the fact that I am still MORBIDLY OBESE, and that has GOT to change.

Sorry to shout, I'm tired. Heading to bed now...
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    Am at the exact same place ur at right now. I understand what it feels to do everything right and have the scales stuck on the same number.

    I've complained non-stop about this on my blogs, and my sp friends keep telling me to keep doing it and the weight will fall eventually. so keep doing it. you'll get there

    2059 days ago
    Yeah I think we all get to that point some time or another, but you must not stop, Keep doing what you are doing, maybe switch things up a little . I'm told to trick the brain, I'm also like you, it maybe that we are still eating a little more than what we are burning, I don't know, But what I do know I can't give up because doing so will only take me back to the starting line, you are doing good , you are making progress, it is not always on the scales. anyway hang in there.
    2060 days ago
    I hear you and I feel the same way frequently. Hang in there and we can accomplish anything.
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