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30 Days on FA

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

I can't believe it but I made it through my first 30 days in the FA program. Despite my reservations, it wasn't nearly as hard as I thought it would be to give up flour and sugar! I don't know if my not having the urge to graze non-stop at night is gone because of my mental commitment to lose weight or if the addictive nature of flour and sugar is no longer in play. What I do know is that I haven't done it and at this point the why doesn't matter.

What has been extremely helpful is the support I receive from both the FA members and some Spark Friends. Without their motivation and words of encouragement the journey would have been much harder.

I am beginning to finally feel that I can control the food, even though it may require the drastic action of giving up flour and sugar. Now I face the daunting task of having to face and deal with the issues that I have been using the food to suppress. Perhaps this scares me even more but, again, I have a strong support system and am as committed to it as I am to the weight loss.

Bring it on!
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  • TINKERBELL200
    Wow Hilary! It sounds great! I'm so very proud of you! I know you can do it!
    3038 days ago
  • CLESSFAT
    I'm so proud of you Hilary!! You are doing so good with the FA program! We all have to face the giants in our lives and sometimes those giants are hard to face. The fact that you are up for doing it, is going to help your even more. It will totally change your relationship with food forever! I'm up for it too!! Thanks for being the BEST sparkfriend EVER!!! Your are the Bomb.com...LOL!!
    3041 days ago
  • DOLLFACEDX
    sounds like you're on the right track. . what is the FA system?
    3041 days ago
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