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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Hmph!
I just looked at my weight over time report.

My weight has pretty much waffled back and forth or gone up since the week my husband had the heart attack.

I've got to do better than this.
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  • SUSANELAINE1956
    I hope your husband is doing better now. I can imagine how that would throw you off track, so scary. Hopefully the start of the BLC winter round will help you to be motivated.
    1465 days ago
  • NEWCHINELO
    i know its hard but try a little to make time for yourself!
    1465 days ago
  • MAWMAW101
    You can't take care of anybody else unless you first take care of yourself!
    Dear friend please take of YOU too!
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    1466 days ago
  • KAB7801
    Things will get better!
    1466 days ago
  • PAPA175
    A heart attack will require a lot of care so you will be getting your exercise in by helping him to get better. It is honorable to be there for your husband and helping him through this. I still believe the inside person matters most and that's something the scale doesn't decide. I hope your husband has a full recovery and you get to relax some.
    1466 days ago
  • EMMACORY
    So if your husband had a heart attack did they ask him to change his diet? When my brother had heart surgery in 2003 he revamped what he ate. Maybe you and DH can take the healthy road together. emoticon
    1466 days ago
  • ROBBIEY
    Don't beat yourself up, just keep moving forward. You can do this. Take care of your husband and worry about your weight right now.
    1466 days ago
  • KATHY98665
    My goodness, with a heart attack in the picture, the scale might need to take a back seat! Be kind to yourself and work on adding the consistency and good choices- things will happen for you. Best wishes for health and healing to you and your hubby.
    1466 days ago
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