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Monday, January 23, 2012

Well it happened...I am having a really hard time keeping myself on track and then staying on track..It just doesn't seem worth it to me anymore-I have so much weight to lose that it doesn't even seem achievable. It's so hard to be social with friends without food being the center of attention and I hate feelling like i have to explain that I am "dieting" or "trying to be healthy" when all I really want is to eat a nice juicy burger without feeling terrible later..Of course that is too much to ask and of course the scale will hate me later. I hate feeling this gloomy and unmotivated :(
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  • CARRILU
    I'm sorry you are struggling right now emoticon
    It is so common and the best successes here on SP have said the same thing too. It's not hopeless.
    2365 days ago
  • FIGHTING4IT
    I know you are capable of this! You are always my inspiration!

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    Together we will fix whats broken!
    2365 days ago
  • FINDING_MELISSA
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    Don't give up on yourself. You are worth it!

    Sometimes when we look at the "big picture" it makes the journey more challenging. Start small. Make your first goal a 10 lb. loss, instead of that big number you have in your head.

    You can do this! You deserve it!
    2365 days ago
  • SUMMER_FAN
    I feel that way sometimes too. The only thing that helps me is to think of how much time that has passed with me being fat. The time in the future will pass too, but it can pass with me doing nothing or working toward a goal.
    I am lucky, a lot of my friends eat healthier food than I do, so when I eat "diet" to them it is normal. If you are having problems, scale back and make smaller changes. I know you can do this.

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    2365 days ago
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