Hello and welcome to the team jen you can do this just take it slow and keep adding. One day at a time is always the best way to go. baby steps will allow you to get done what needs to be done. :) Working out may help with depression. I actually use my workouts to destress and take my mind off things I also know a few others who do this we are here to help you say on track and pull you back up if you fall down.
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Hi I have add and depression myself I know the struggles of weight gain myself as I struggled with it after I had my kids everyone was more weight gain and the daily struggles of home life and dealing with new stressor made it even worse on my weight and I think we need to put our heads together see where your strengths are compared to mine and weaknesses are too I also have a need to be organized my add has me so disorganized it not funny that is another stressor
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Hi Jen! . This has been a very helpful place for me. I'm very overweight too, and each day can be a struggle. I am always around (my phone is always with me and its my computer :) ).
Take it one step and one day at a time!
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Fitness Minutes: (610) Posts: 17 10/10/12 4:07 P
Hi Jen!! I am here for any support or help that you need! Totally understand what you mean when you say that all you do is think about how fat you are. I feel the same way. I really cant stop thinking about it all the time. BUT I found great support and feel like my negative self image is going away a little at a time. I have a lot to lose but I know that if I stick to this I can do it!! And finally feel healthy and happy about myself!! You can do this! You really CAN!! I am here to help in any way I can to motivate you and to keep you going!
Fitness Minutes: (15) Posts: 2 10/10/12 3:55 P
Well.....I guess I will start with Hello, my name is Jen and I am fat!!!! I WANT so badly to lose this weight but at this point I have realized, I can't do it alone. I am 39 & the mother of 2 grown daughters. I started gaining weight about 10 years ago and was diagnosed with ADD and severe depression, I do NOTHING but think about how fat I am but yet I either can't get the motivation or don't understand what it is I should be doing to regain my self esteem and my health. I have also been divorced and alone for the last 12 years, I blame my weight a lot for that. I can't wait to meet some of you and hopefully learn a few things also. I am also here for anyone who needs me, funny how my life seems a mess but I am always ready to help others and lift them up, so use me!! :)
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