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Monday, November 12, 2012

Today, I admit defeat. Everything I worked for 3 years ago is down the tubes. I have gained back EVERY. SINGLE. POUND. I feel like crap, I can't do everything my family wants me to do, and I'm pretty sure I have type two diabetes, which scares the crap out of me. This stops today. I am changing my schedule around to incorporate exercise, which has been the hardest thing to do since Grace was born, I just hate being away from her. But I cannot keep doing this, or I will leave her motherless. I need help.
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    Take one day at a time and one step at a time. You can do it!

    2377 days ago
  • SANDRA1982
    emoticon Glad you are here. That means you are going to get back up. I know it is hard with a new baby but it is possible. I myself have 2 baby boys who still need a lot of attention. I have to get up at 4 am in order to get my workout in before my husband gets up for work. It is hard but where there is a will there is a way. Make one change at a time and concentrate on 5-10 lbs at a time. You will get there if you don't give up. emoticon
    2380 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    Hitting bottom CAN be a good thing.. You DID come back, you just strap on the heart monitor, get in the swing of being selfish enough to get your new lifestyle back!!!

    I was diagnosed with Type II five years ago, thought I would die.. My greatest fear was that, and going blind..
    I am still not on insulin, no pills either, just diet controlled. calm down, get to the doc to get your A1c checked,, you may be pre-diabetic too.. I do not test my blood at home or anything,, just when I start to feel woozy or sick to my stomach, I know to get a piece of cheese or a sugar drink until I can get a regular meal.. THAT IS IT..
    Go for five pounds,, only, ,at a time.. you can do this..
    2380 days ago
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