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I hit it....

Saturday, January 21, 2012

I know we went out to eat last night, so it shouldn't surprise me that my weight is up, but I hit it - I hit 200 lbs. WHAT THE HELL HAS HAPPENED TO ME???!!!!
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PATTYB11360 3/8/2012 3:09AM

    We all have low points and life sometimes gets in the way of our plans. I know how you are feeling in the way of wanting to give up but when you are at a stop, just remember to get right back up and start again. They're only temporary setbacks and they can keep you down if you let them. I know you can accomplish your goals so don't quit. You're worth it!

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LEAVNTHEW8BHIND 1/23/2012 10:16AM

    Thank you - This is always a bad time of the year for me. I fight getting depressed and it's been rough lately. Just not motivated to do anything (but eat!).

Trying to reset now. I'm having girly issues too - out of nowhere! So I'm worried about that too. I started a new bc in July and I'm going to blame the weight gain on that (just because I can) but I shouldn't have breakthrough bleeding. This happened to me when I took a break from BC then ended up having a D&C because of fibroids plus a ovarian cyst removal.

BLAH!!! I know I'm getting close to the change.....

Sorry if TMI!

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ADLINS 1/21/2012 7:38PM

    Do not beat yourself up! Are you exercising? Do you weight everyday? I can't handle weighing everyday because I have obsessive tendencies. I know this, so at most I weigh once a week. I haven't weighed since the day of my surgery. I'm thinking about it as I need to know where i stand, but I also go by how things fit. Also, I gave myself some leeway on weighing because I couldn't really workout for over a month.

At any rate, do not let this consume you. I find that if I do, it's all I think about and I'm miserable. This is part of your life. It will ebb and flow. So, set a weigh-in schedule, do the exercise, use the nutrition tracker for a minimum number of days (mine is 4 right now, but I've been doing more). But, enjoy when you go out and maybe if you do go out, don't weigh the next day. Eat reasonably, then weigh the day after.

I know this is getting you down, but I think if you take some of the intense focus off of it and relax it will go better. (This is why years ago Weight Watchers did not work for me - it was the points system, but all I could think about was food and what I was eating and not eating and I was hungry all the time. Didn't lose weight either).

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