I don't know but maybe this will help you. I just wrote a blog on this yesterday. What you have accomplished so far IS FABULOUS. You are so much better off now than where you were. Celebrate this as a good thing. Your body has to adjust to the rapid change. I see plateaus as being necessary to any long term maintenance. Wanting it all off fast can be a setup for self sabotage. Celebrate where you are instead of where you want to be. It helps me keep the right focus.
With grace and self esteem, honor the Passionate Tiger in You. Refresh your personal high regard (daily) in order to live happy, joyous and free.
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I am inspired, reading the positive and hopeful posts.I am so impressed by the strength and positive attitudes! My weight is down from 207 on April 1 to 183 on June 29, but I feel my willpower weakening as the rate of weight loss has gone down. My goal was 168 by August 3, and I don't think I will attain it. How do you recharge your enthusiasm in the face of a 1-2 week weight loss plateau? Any suggestions? I feel like I need to get into a mindset that this new wellness dimension in my life is real and permanent.
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