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10/14/19 12:23 A

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I am so sorry I missed this! You are in good company. With a nation of around 70% overweight/obese citizens, you can bet plenty of people are struggling with overeating. It can take a lot of tries to find a sustainable groove, and even then, stuff happens. What else is there to do but dust off the cookie crumbs and get back to sane eating?

I am coming up on year ten since a turnaround at age 56. I can't say I am carefree about it all even now, but with all I've read, I forgive myself because so few people ever lose and maintain, which I've been able to do, even if I do have to think about it.

We are on your side!

Edited by: OOLALA53 at: 10/14/2019 (00:27)
Seven years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
8 years and counting!
*Get to the next meal hungry!

3,919 Days since:  I began the NO S lifestyle
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9/22/19 3:27 P

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Always welcomed back! That means we are are still trying!
Best wishes on your Reboot!
Our food issues can be managed. My goal is lessen frequency and intensity - it is working now for 8 +yrs. There is hope.
We all have to figure things out for ourselves but Spark is a great place for information, inspiration, and motivation.

A decision made about how much to weigh is a decision made on how to live. (KANOE) I have decided.

 current weight: 176.8 
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