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Adventures in Weight Loss: Coach Dean's Story

140 Pounds Gone Forever


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  • I love reading every Dean writes. He's so honest and inspiring. Thank you! - 1/13/2017 11:19:59 AM
    One morning walk in Joymohan's life changes it all. After suffering a heart-attack one morning, on his birthday, Joymohan (Anupam Kher) realizes that he needs to spend more time with his family - son (Rajit Kapoor), daughter-in-law (Divya Dutta) and granddaughter Avika Gor and mend broken bridges of the past.
    amil-ringtones/ - 11/5/2016 8:38:19 AM
  • Great story, nicely written and inspiring! Thanks! - 9/10/2016 10:14:58 AM
  • Someone had commented they read everything you wrote- so that's what I started doing. Very enjoyable article.
    - 9/10/2016 9:21:56 AM
  • I have recently joined SparkPeople. Generally, I don't leave comments but I felt compelled to make an exception here. I feel your honest account of your challenge and struggles to lose weight and regain your health again is a most impressive and inspiring accomplishment. I was moved by it very much and has struck a chord with me since I am confrontred with similar issues. Thank you for sharing all this, it has somehow inspired me not to give up. I am sure your determination and courage will inspire and give hope to many more. - 9/2/2016 10:22:33 AM
  • What an amazing journey and thank you for sharing about all the ups and downs that you endured. It actually will give a lot of people hope and help them realize this is a long term journey and not a sprint to the goal. I am so very impressed with what you have accomplished. You should feel very proud of yourself. - 5/27/2016 8:55:52 PM
  • I really learned a lot from your words. I seem to be stuck at the moment at not losing but it isn't really bothering me. I have been getting stronger physically and that pleases me the most. I enjoyed your journey to a better you and it has really helped me. Thank you for the time you put into writing this for the rest of us. - 3/21/2016 10:12:34 AM
  • Congratulations! Thanks for your honesty about your weight loss journey....I'm just starting out and love to read ther people's success stories. Who else can you learn best from?
    I have read many of your other articles and always find the elpful and interesting...thanks again! - 3/15/2016 4:01:58 PM
    Congratulations, it was nothing short of sheer determination to make the necessary life changes. Continue to inspire! - 2/12/2016 9:37:07 AM
  • Thank you so much for sharing your story. You are certainly an inspiration to me! - 2/6/2016 8:23:39 AM
  • I absolutely love your story! Thank you so much for sharing it. After losing 82 pounds, I didn't find the girl I left at this same weight many years ago. My body has definitely changed, haha! On the other hand, it doesn't look bad and I feel so much better. - 1/21/2016 2:43:11 AM
  • I'm so glad I read your story. Your honesty touched me because I have had the same thoughts when I don't see the results I want or I go backwards. I also appreciated what you said about not being 20 anymore. We are bombarded by pictures of young people with washboard abs and huge biceps that are supposed to be inspirational to us but are totally unrealistic for many of us. It is great for us to be happy with who we are and not live in perpetual disappointment or discouragement that we don't look like those young models. You are an inspiration to me. Keep up the good work. - 1/5/2016 11:55:45 PM
  • Thank you for sharing your story. This sounds a lot like my journey except I made the wrong choice when reaching a plateau after losing over 100 lbs. I have in about a year gained 60 back and lost much of my fitness stamina. It is time to look forward and get back to where I was. I too was looking for the washboard abs, etc. and your article helped to realize that due to my age and health issues that limit my exercise choices this isn't going to happen. Your story was just what I needed to read today! - 1/3/2016 10:51:24 AM
  • Thank you for sharing your story! Needed that today :o) Blessings to you! - 9/1/2015 6:52:47 AM
    Thanks for your honesty. I am 60 and I need to realize I will never be 20 again. There is hope to begin my journey to reinvent myself. - 4/1/2015 8:20:02 AM

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