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First Weight Loss/Binge Eating Entry

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Sorry I look so gross...I've been sick for the past few days. Just a bad cold. Feeling a bit better now :) I never realized how much I say 'you know' until now...
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    I know exactly how you feel, food has been my friend, my comfort, my companion and my worst enemy all at the same time. You can't really break up with food, you can't say I am not going to see you anymore. You do have to change the status of the relationship though. You are on the right track about putting the fork down and walking away, I think you will find you will eat less. Good luck, I hope it helps. I am still on this weight loss journey, I wish it was a fast journey but it isn't. I have had to take time to prepare and cook for myself even if the rest of the family is eating out. I have had to ask the question "do I deserve to be healthy and by extension happy?" The answer for me and hopefully for you is YES!! Take it one pound, one meal at a time. When you start to feel like you are not going to be able keep up the good fight send me a message. I will try and encourage you. YOU can do this, you deserve to be whatever you want and YOU are the only one who can make it happen. Skinny is not always the best goal. Healthy is a much better choice. YOUR healthy might be smaller than mine or bigger than mine either way you can do it. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1671 days ago
  • STR458
    you never know when the last meal is the kick off into weight loss
    because its un-dramatic, humble beginnings seem just one more in a string of just one mores, so when I say the mind is tricky fickle friendship to food & beverage... that's been my experience.
    1671 days ago
    I hope you feel better. This happens, time to pick yourself up and move on.
    1671 days ago
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