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I hate starting over and over. When will I get a grip?

- Submitted by DEEANN14 7/27/2011 in Weight Loss | 4 Comments
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MLT7211 7/27/2011 9:57:00 PM

    Be proud of yourself for not giving up. It takes an average of 6-10 beginnings before most people really catch fire. Sticking with it is the key to success and you are doing it! emoticon
MWINBURN 7/28/2011 8:50:00 PM

    This is me i start off good then i go back 2 bad eating habits. Then my kids are such picky eater.Sometimes i want 2 just give up. emoticon
BEAUTYFULSHEENA 2/3/2012 4:46:00 PM

    Here are a couple quotes I thought I would share...

"You have to START to have a finish!"

"Its not that some people have willpower and some don't. It's that some are READY to change, and others are not."

and my favorite..."hardwork and dedication"

YOU CAN DO IT! :)
NANAKOSUZUKA 7/30/2011 10:12:00 AM

    I know it's though. I'm starting over and over again for 6 years now. And I'm still on track. Only thing you should do when you feel tired of this everything is to lay down, close your eyes, thinking about nothing. Just trying to relax. And then look in the mirror straight into your eyes and say: "I'm going to do this. It doesn't matter it's tough. I'm strong enough. So, let's do this!"

This usually helps me when I'm like this. :D
Good luck!

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