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4/13/09 4:47 A

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Hmmmm yeah i've been there before when i've found out a guy I like has a girlfriend. It's always difficult. Howeve, I always found that when I was down about things - not just this situation but anything- working out or going for a run would make me feel great about myself. I used to look forwad to my workouts more as a stress reliever. I think though you should remember that there will be other people for you and that one day you will come across someone else you like and how good will you feel if you have an amazing body right from the start! If you keep up those workouts and healthy eating now than later on when you meet someone else you will look and feel great and will not have to use them as an incentive you will already be at your goal!

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4/12/09 3:16 P

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Hi everyone,
I've been working out a lot and eating healthy for the past few months. I decided to start this in order to lose weight, be healthy, and have more confidence. I did it for myself. However, at the same time, I was interested in someone back home and something was starting to develop with that person. Whenever I didn't feel like working out, or pushing myself harder, I would use him as an incentive. Impressing him was another motivator for me. Well, it turns out, that guy now has a new girlfriend. I'm afraid I'll become unmotivated now or just give up. Any advice??

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