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KERRIELYNN719
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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Ugh....So there was good and bad....

I"ve been feeling very down lately....I"m just not happy with me or being me....It might have a little to do with the "I've been the same weight for a whole year even though I've been trying so hard to work on it"

I have went down a little bit on weight because of my detoxing, which wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be..

But like I said, I've been rough on myself....my goal weight is 144, thats a pure 100 lbs lost....but it just seems so far out of reach, so so far...so I asked my nutritionist what I was supposed to weigh....with my height, 138 lbs....138? 138??? 138????? umm, that will never happen...I freaked out....but she has faith in me and helps me to see how down I am on myself....138 is 6 lbs less than my goal weight....and both are completely achievable......

I will get there....but she is helping me to see that 138 is possible. My next goal is to reach 184 by our next meeting, thats a pound a week. I need to simply take it a pound a week....

But more than that, I simply need to take it a day at a time, and a pound at a time...

And I need to stop beating myself up. I can do this. I need to have faith. And a little confidence and self esteem probably wouldn't hurt too much either....
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  • PLMITCH
    The fact that you are seeing a nutritionist is a HUGE step. Best of luck to you!
    990 days ago
  • PATSYB7
    Keep Sparking! You'll get there!
    991 days ago
  • KELLYFIT123
    Just think about how much STRONGER and FITTER and SMARTER you are compared to when you started your journey.

    Just think about that for a little bit. It's EXTRAORDINARY!!!
    991 days ago
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