Hello and welcome to the team, it sounds like you went from one addiction to another. Food is just as addicting as everything else but you have already proved you can make it through an addiction and you will make it through this one too. Just focus on what you can do to make the changes slowly. Take baby steps and keep adding as you feel in control of the first ones. You can do this. And remember there is always someone here to help.
The road to success is not straight. There is a curve called Failure, a loop called Confusion, speed bumps called Friends, red lights called Enemies, caution lights called Family. You will have flats called Jobs. But, if you have a spare called Determination, an engine called Perseverance, insurance called Faith, a driver called Jesus, you will make it to a place called Success.
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Hi everyone. My name is Milea but all my friends call me Laya. I'm a 31 yr old mother of 1. My daughter is 11. I have struggled with my weight all my life. I recently went through a 3 yr addiction to prescription painkillers. During those 3 yrs I went from weighing 265 to 200 lbs just this January. Since January i have went from 200 lbs to now 270 lbs. God gave me the strength to overcome my addiction and I know he's gonna bring me through this weight loss journey. I had to change everything about my life and the people I thought were my friends. Now I'm ready to start another life changer and that's to achieve my goal weight and become a healthier person. I wish everyone the best of luck.
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