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Welcome. I'm the same. Lost my weight and then regained it due to stress and scheduling issues. Getting back to maintaining is my goal also.
Funny, I Don't FEEL 50 (or 60 - it's all good)!
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Welcome to the team!
I am also trying to get back to my goal weight via Beck -- however, I have not managed to maintain at all in the past, so I am impressed by your year of maintenance. I look forward to hearing more from you!
Please add me as a friend if you'd like to read my SparkPage. I'm not really THAT private, but I don't like people who aren't on SparkPeople to Google my blog.
Welcome, Val!! So glad to see you here, too. We can do this! We are going to learn to think like thin people!!
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Marsha's Keys to Success = Tracking! Super Foods! Step Up Cardio! And most important: Quit Quitting!!
I think Beck is a very good approach! You get to change the way you think about things...
And we have a really good team here!
Sparkfully Yours, Judi
Dear Spark Friends, I may not always write back about everything each person posts, but I am really interested in you! If you ever need me, send me a Spark Mail and I will always answer!
I joined SP in 2008 and lost 15 pounds in a year; which I was very happy about. Stayed at maintenance weight for a year, then due to stress eating and not exercising as consistently as I had been, I have gained 10 pounds back. A friend of mine has been blogging about Beck and as I read her posts I thought "Yes, that is just what I need; the points she is making are exactly what trip me up time and time again." So here I am. I bought the book and workbook today and consider this Day 1 of the Six Week program.
* I am a good person, and I deserve respect.
* I choose to respect myself today by refusing to engage in verbal or emotional self-abuse.
* I have been successful at many things I have set out to do, and I can learn to do better at the things that give me problems.
We become what we want to be by consistently being what we want to become each day.
--Richard G. Scott