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Monday, September 16, 2013

so i weighed my self frist time in year... i was 260... going down... but now 290?!?!? i ran to this website! im freaking out, im scare... im hate feeling sick.. i hate my cothes being tight... IM SICK OF BEING LIKE THIS....i need help and motivation like months ago!!!!! HELP!

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OOLALA53 9/21/2013 7:34AM

    Get that feeling of being scared and sick and memorize it. Don't use it after you overeat. Make plans for reasonable meals and include some of your favorite foods but when that temptation to overdo it comes on, remember your fear and the importance of your health, You won't really enjoy overeating the food anyway. Enjoy every bite you do take, and be done with it. Concentrate on emoticon the feeling of safety you get from eating well. Don't eat the least you can to start. Eat enough and let the process of weaning yourself off overeating happen. Enough food is better than more than enough. Live it and you'll see it's true.

And reason with yourself over feelings of deprivation. It's deprivation never to feel truly hungry and reasonably full. It's deprivation to feel scared about health conditions you could do something about. It's deprivation never to feel peppy and vital. Those are the things you need to stop depriving yourself of!

And BTW, regular walking does as much good if not more than weight loss for health and longevity. Start small and work up. And eat better for an added feeling of vitality. Keep at it. This is for the long run.

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CLASSYLADYMAY 9/17/2013 8:31AM

    ONE thing... DONT give up.. and dont look back.. the thing is to plan ahead on food and exercise.. do you do weights cause thats important..are you exercising?? so much is important.. and its like one step at a time! This is a journey and we learn and go on and i just know you can do it.. so plan .. read and get going HUGS

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SHARON5913 9/16/2013 7:43PM

  I feel your pain. I think we all do at least to some extent. There are lots of good resources here and lots of people to talk to. This is a great start. Keep it up. :)

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PRINCESSKIANE 9/16/2013 6:47PM

    thanks your support means a lot.. im happy that first instinct was to come here, i know i can do this

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BADMAS 9/16/2013 6:39PM

  I know exactly how you feel. I got down to about 172 a few years ago and I don't know what happened, I just gave up. Stopped caring about what I was eating and not working out at all. Mostly because I was working as a baker and burned a lot of calories during the day. So I could eat what I wanted and not gain any weight, just maintain and I was ok with that. But then I got moved over to cake decorator, which is a lot less movement. I gained like 20 pounds. Then the holidays rolled around and my team lead made sure we had a candy stash full everyday, and I was baking a lot of yummy stuff at home almost daily... and then there was the cookie exchange. I got up to 212 lbs! I couldn't believe I let it get so bad. I'm now down to like 184, but at the beginning of the summer I was 169. I'm terrified that I'm going to repeat that cycle again. No! My butt is going to the gym tonight and I found a healthy pumpkin protein shake recipe that I'm going to substitute for that damn pumpkin spice latte that I'm addicted to! I'm done done done being like this.

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ALICEART2010 9/16/2013 6:31PM

    Stay on SparkPeople and try to log on every day -- look around and meet people who are in the same situation as you are. We are all doing our best & that's all we can do.
Join some groups and you will. I lost 60 pounds on Spark and gained them all back after I lost my mom. Food was my comfort. I am now back on track and trying again to loose the weight plus some. YOU CAN DO IT!

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