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Slow progress

Saturday, April 16, 2011

I am slowly making progress, but it can be disappointing .
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  • ROSAMARCELLE
    Slow progress is better than no progress. You will get there if you persevere and don't let it get you down. Easy to say but hard to do! Good luck and Happy Easter Monday. emoticon emoticon
    1985 days ago
  • DAWNWATERWOMAN
    I hope that you had a Happy Easter dear friend. Don't worry about how fast your progress moves along... as long as you are progressing! The turtle won the race!!! emoticon emoticon
    1985 days ago
  • FISHINGLADY66
    Just remember the emoticon won the race. I'm a turtle too.
    1987 days ago
  • NOMORESTALLING
    I wish my body would be more co-operative too! I'm 50 in a few short days and this weight loss is taking what seems and eternity for me. I've been with Sparks for over 2 years and have lost but not nearly as much or as quickly as I would like to.
    I'm by no means discouraged about it because at least I am losing and feeling great in mind body and spirit. Everybody loses differently and at the end of the day and I lay down my head I'm still OK. And that's what matters most. So hang in there. Keep a positive attitude, and that determination. It will happen.

    1992 days ago
  • 2BEHEALTHYAGAIN
    Yes, it is discouraging when others are making fast progress. BUT, any progress at all is GOOD, and at least the slower it comes off the less likely it will return!

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    1993 days ago
  • IRENEHUD
    Your right it can be. You just have to remember that it is still progress, even if it takes a little longer than you hoped it would. emoticon
    1993 days ago
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