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AMBERROGUE's Photo AMBERROGUE SparkPoints: (21,535)
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3/11/08 10:58 A

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The best thing about a lifestyle change is that you don't have to wait until tomorrow morning to start over. You can start over at any time of day, night, or whatever!

If you want some additional help with overeating, I'd try out the Living Binge Free Team. You can access them through my page... sorry, but I don't know the url... I've been binge free for 4 days and the challenge on their site is to stay binge free for 21 days.

Good luck to you! And Congrats on keeping up with your exercise! You're winning just by keeping up with that!

Take care,
Amber

You can't fail if you don't quit.


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3/10/08 12:15 P

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Thanks for the encouraging words. This is the best SparkTeam ever. I know I can count on you guys.

And you're right. I am starting over at Fast Break. My goal is to start counting all of the calories and just focus on that for now, one step at a time.

Thanks so much. It was great to come back to my post and see all the replies!

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MISSWASHUU's Photo MISSWASHUU SparkPoints: (0)
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3/10/08 11:23 A

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sorry to get in here so late - I agree with what has been said - Starting from the beginning and ramping back up will allow you to feel the baby steps of success and to encourage you to keep with it again.

I had to completely restart in January. I wasn't smart enough - as you were - to accept and tackle as quickly as possible, I let it go for a year rather than 6 weeks.

You are smart to see what you need to do. We're here for you! you can make this!

A hawk selects its prey as carefully as a falcon. Stalks it with the same unerring conviction. And fails as frequently - which is never.

I choose, I commit, I pursue, I adhere, I attain. And that, is an absolute.


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LOBO1978_2000's Photo LOBO1978_2000 SparkPoints: (35,735)
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3/10/08 10:13 A

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Falling back a couple of step will probrably help you get back on track. Just write down everything. After you get int the groove then you dont have to log them because you know your eating healthy. Keep up the great work on the workouts. Cut back on the alchohol and we will see what happens.

"Fight the Fat!" ,"Eye of the Tiger!",“There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.”


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JERSEYPRINCESS1's Photo JERSEYPRINCESS1 SparkPoints: (0)
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3/10/08 8:35 A

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Babysteps. Take one thing to focus on and make that a habit and then add in another one. I would start with tracking all your food. Then start throwing in some water. I find an easy way to get 8 glasses in is to schedule them- 2 when you frist wake up, 2 with lunch, 2 in the afternoon and 2 with dinner and then any mduring your workout. If you get in the habit of drinking water at certain times it will become very natural.

You cn do this. We are here for you!!!

"I know God won't give me more than I can handle;
I just wish He didn't trust me as much" -Mother Theresa

"We can't become what we need by remaining what we are." - Max Dupree

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3/10/08 5:43 A

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This has happened to me before. Your not alone.

I would just say restart and act like this is a new beginning.

Best of luck, you can do this.

One step at a time!

Kimberly


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AKASHA66's Photo AKASHA66 SparkPoints: (67,818)
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3/10/08 2:48 A

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I think I would consider restarting from the very beginning with the whole fast break thing and then gradually getting back into it. If there were an easy fix to make in the last 6 weeks, you would have probably already done it and the Fast Break part isn't too difficult to follow. Good luck.

"Cueillez dès aujourd'hui les roses de la vie."





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3/9/08 11:54 P

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I've been overeating for about 6 weeks now and I don't know how to make myself stop. I need something to put me back on track because I haven't been able to do it myself. The only thing I've managed to keep up in the last 6 weeks is my exercise. Water - down the drain. Calorie counting - down the drain. Alcohol - down the hatch! I'm thinking of re-starting my SP program.

Any advice would be much appreciated.

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