You've taken the first step. Now make a plan. How will you get back down to 200? I recommend walking, and see your doctor for help.
"Your future self is the cumulative total of today's choices. Today make your best choices." ~Sue Winn “Attitude: It is our best friend or our worst enemy.” ~ Maxwell “You can complain that roses have thorns, or rejoice that thorns have roses.” ~Ziggy
You will find a lot of support here, and in my experience, the best support I have found has been from Spark Teams. There are so many to choose from; just explore and see what you like; there are teams based on the number of pounds you want to lose, health conditions, hobbies; etc. so many things!
I would also suggest creating a Spark page where other members can interact with you and offer support, and you might want to try blogging too; I've gotten a tremendous amount of support through friends I have made that have read my blogs.
My name is Shari; I have been a Sparker since July 2006, and living with Stage IV breast cancer since 2007.
Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
A. A. Milne
current weight: -3.0 under
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I can't keep going on like this. I can't walk without huffing & puffing. My clothes are getting tight (again) I've gained over 100 pounds in 20 years. I'm closer to 250 than 200. I used to think I didn't care but now I just realize I had given up.
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