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THROWING MYSELF ON THE FLOOR,KICKING AND HOLDING MY BREATH UNTIL I'M BLUE

Sunday, June 28, 2009

OK, I HAVE BEEN EXERCISING LIKE THERE IS NO TOMMORROW AND THE SCALE IS NOT MOVING. I WATCH WHAT I EAT AND STILL NOTHING!!!! SO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I DID THE ONLY LOGICAL THING (NOT) i EAT EVERYTHING IN SIGHT AND DIDN'T EXERCISE!!! SO TODAY I KNOW THIS WAS STUPID AND WILL GO RIGHT BACK TO THE RIGHT THING. I KNOW THIS ALL EMOTIONAL EATING. i AM NOT GIVING UP........ I JUST THREW A LITTLE TEMPER TANTRUM. tHANKS FOR LISTENING AND LETTING ME RANT emoticon
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  • MELODYF67
    hi! I've been there myself! I'd go 2 - 3 weeks doing everything right but, nothing! Even a little weight gain! But then I'd drop 3 pounds in 1 week!

    I was once told that one thing that happens during a plateau is your body has to reabsorb the blood capillaries that were built to deposit the fat cells. I'm sure there are more things going on inside that we are not aware of.

    SP has many articles on the subject so you may want to do a little research. How do you feel? Do you have more energy? Are clothes fitting better?

    Remember, getting healthy is not solely judged by the scale. Please don't give up, you're doing so well! A "mad meal" once in a while is a treat - just please don't over do it. I want you to be successful. I want us BOTH to be successful!

    (Just remember what I told you so when I'm frustrated you can say it back to me LOL)
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    4333 days ago
  • GRAMIAM7
    Boy, I know how you feel. I suppose the reason I can be so good with healthy eating and lots of exercise and still not lose is because the have been dieting and throwing temper tantrums for way to long. It just gets so darn discouraging. But I, like you, am not giving up. I won't give up! I WON'T GIVE UP!!!!!!
    4333 days ago
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