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Accused of Cheating

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Last night I sent a text out to everyone in our BLC group, and someone that has missed 4 weigh ins accused me of cheating, because I've been in the top 3 every since the challenge had began 8 weeks ago. I didn't respond with any harsh words. I just thank them for getting me refocused, because I had slacked down to 65% focus and now I'm at 200%. I will show them how a cheater make progress when beginning accused falsely. I've been flexible with my weigh ins to give everyone a chance to not miss them, but after this no more. The date and times are set in stone. This will be my last family participation in a weight lost challenge. I will continue my journey solo after this challenge is over. The whole purpose of the challenge was to help others to make positive changes in their lives.

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  • no profile photo CD15003511
    I'm so sorry to hear that. Some people are just unhappy and yucky and need to put others down for their successes because they don't have any. Pay that person no mind and rock what you are doing. You are awesome!
    1345 days ago
    Cheating??? Was there some kind of big prize at stake? Why would we cheat when our body knows exactly what we are doing. Oh well, forget it. As others have said, there are plenty of supportive challenges to join right here on Spark. Keep up the good work,
    1448 days ago
    No one can take your efforts away from you. All blessings to you on your journey.
    1449 days ago
    People who are jealous are usually the ones who make false accusations of others. Your accuser probably feels anxious about her own journey. When we're anxious we are miserable. We look for excuses so we will stop feeling anxious. Giving ourselves an excuse, gets rid of our anxiety. It's unfortunate that excuses work it get rid of anxiety because something else is interfering with her journey and this excuse is preventing her from finding that truth.

    Ignore it. It was never about you.

    1449 days ago
    I am so sad that you were accused of that. Especially given the fact that you are working so hard. Try to ignore that and keep being successful. I am so sorry that you had to go through this.
    1449 days ago
  • ALMOM68
    You have done your best with good intentions... to help others. Sadly, not everyone wants to be helped and some people just hate to see others succeed where they have failed. Hold you head up and keep going... hopefully you can find support in other places (like here). emoticon
    1449 days ago
    I'm sorry that some people are so unsporting, but congratulations on your terrific progress!
    1449 days ago
    I'm sorry how the family challenge worked out, but proud of your progress. Fantastic job! There are plenty of challenges here and great support as well. You don't have to fly solo, we've got your back! ;-)
    1449 days ago
    Sorry about how the challenge is going with your family. My family would probably be the same way. Don't forget you can always have a challenge with some of us or all of us on here! We could all join your challenge for however long. It would be fun and then get us all up and moving more to be striving for the prize! Hope everything works out. Hugs
    1449 days ago
  • CURA37
    Your focus is on you, is what I meant to say.
    1449 days ago
  • CURA37
    Focus is on you, and that's great!
    1449 days ago
    But your not alone you got the Sparks team , keep up the hard work and don't allow anyone to derail you ! Way to go !!
    1449 days ago
  • no profile photo ROSSYFLOSSY
    Just stay in your lane. You got this! 💪
    1449 days ago
    Keep going . . . stay positive. Some people can (inadvertently) try to sabotage orhers when dealing with their own challenges. Be happy, be healthy . . . do you!
    1449 days ago
    So sad. Congratulations on your success
    1449 days ago
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