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quick thought to myself

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

When I slipped away from sparkpeople for the 2-3 months, I really thought I gained every pound of weight back. Thats how gross I felt about myself. I felt the weight gain. Yes I gained a signifigant amount back of what i lost, but it was only half of what I had lost.

If I felt that bad, that heavy, that tired & slowed down with just half of that weight back.... It really opened my eyes to remember about how horrible it was when I weighed the full 333lbs, and back then I had no idea about Sparkpeople, no idea that diet and exercise WILL and CAN work for me, and that I had an end to my misery by educating and learning how to love myself. I was very very very bad off. I hated life, hated to go places, I hated so much.


This journey I have been on has taught me alot. I am thankful to be here, thankful for the sparkmembers & friends, and thankful to be on my way to the health and weight I will love.

Thankyou for reading, and happy Sparking.
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    "Forget your perfect offering! There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in"
    ~~Leonard Cohen


    1899 days ago
    I try not to dewll on the times I have fallen back into bags of Doritos and the other things I know I shouldn't have. The thing is, if I had just stuck with it the first time I decided I should be healthy I would be at my goals by now. My motivation is that I don't want to be where I am in six months, a year, two years, etc... having the same thought.
    1899 days ago
    You have come so far. Look forward not backwards because that is where you are headed. You can do this!

    1899 days ago
    Keep reminding yourself how far you have come and don't worry too much about how far you slid back down the hill.

    1899 days ago
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