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Day 3

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Exercised this morning. Did Ok with food and stuck to my plan for lunch and dinner, but now it is the bewitching hour where I want to eat everything in sight! It was a stressful day at work, and I have moments when I have difficulty coping with he loss of my father. I have to remind myself that eating will not fix any of it, but will just make me angry at myself for not sticking with it. I am not hungry for food, so I will not eat! I will make it through Day 3 successfully. There...I will not eat! emoticon

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JANTWO 5/2/2013 12:54AM

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CIRANDELLA 4/30/2013 10:43PM

    Good for you, Jo! So Day 3 is down - and successful! I've always found, for some weird reason, that the third day of any weight-loss plan or program is the make-it-or-break-it day for me. If I can get past Day 3, I'm pretty much home free, and the sailing goes more smoothly - emoticon That you've passed this milestone under such painful, trying circumstances means you deserve a HUGE pat on the back! emoticon Add to that the stress of a rough day at work, and you're doing especially well - wow! You've got exactly the right concept down: Eating can't do anything to remedy those sources of stress and pain... but how might it be to plan something relaxing and non-food related for the weekend? You deserve to be able to anticipate something comforting, soothing, maybe even fun to give yourself a well-earned break.

Congratulations to you for being such a strong, dedicated lady! emoticon - Susan

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SPARKENISTA 4/30/2013 7:48PM

    Good for you! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DIANTAR 4/30/2013 6:31PM

    Have some tea and keep up the good work :)

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