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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Ok, so this is my second go around with Sparkpeople, the first time I joined I think I did it for about three weeks and just stopped doing it, I guess I figured I could do it on my own and ended up gaining weight. I have reached my heaviest (192) I cant stand it anymore. My son is getting married this august and then my youngest daughter will be graduating next year from High school. So I have a lot to do before all this comes about, oh and did I mention I am working on my Master's degree in Public Health, so needless to say I have a plate full. When I decided to undertake this project I did it because of my health is not the best and I want to be around when my children get married and have their own children. I was physically fit over four years ago till I had surgery and that was my excuse to go to fast food resturants, because being in the Military it was easier than trying to cook for myself, and before I new it I had gained everything I worked so hard for. I suffer from Bulima as well as depression. I find it to be a vicious cycle, but I am at an end that I need to do something and getting back the body that I had is where I need to be...
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    Welcome back to SP. emoticon
    1871 days ago
  • KA_JUN
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    1871 days ago
    i too suffer from depression, ad had a son get married, so i understand your feelings!

    you can do this!!! just one step at a time!
    1871 days ago
    I too just came back today. I used SP 2 years ago and had tremendous success but with a bunch of life events I ddin't make time to track things and thought I could do it on my own. I gained almost all my weight back and hardly ever exercise so lesson learned for me is that I HAVE TO track my goals to stay focused. Good luck!
    1871 days ago
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