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Here I go again.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Well, at least I never give up. My weight fluctuations are so great that I just hibernate when I gain and then when I want to loose I come out of my cave. Isolation is big when I don't feel or look the way I want to. My self confidence plummets. I am at my high weight right now again,again,again. I don' want to take or post any pictures of me right now because I want to relate to the thin me and not the fat me. I am doing a low carb program right now. It seems to take away my totally insane cravings. I just hate that "wake up period" where I say, "OMG! what has become of me and my life!"
I will never give up fighting to be healthy in all areas of my life.
Here I go again!
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  • KALLIE1958AR
    I have gone thur that same thing over and over now I run to God and say help me .. and its getting less and less.. mine is a 30 plus year learned thing maybe longer .. I have used food all my life for every reason but what its for .. we can do this .. emoticon
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    1879 days ago
    Me too: I'm in the same boat. My weight is up, I have just had my come to Jesus meeting with myself, I am in it to win it, again! But, hey at least we are not letting it get too far away from us and we know how to help ourselves to the escape hatch. We can do it together! emoticon emoticon
    1880 days ago
    Welcome back! I think you look awesome and are full of energy as you restart your SP journey with us! Remember to look at those goals (polish them up, update them and give them vivid colour) and remember WHY you want to reach them and maintain them.

    Then, with your ferocious determination - and all of your SP cheer team - let's make this happen! We all know you can!
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