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I simply no longer have any 'trouble in scale city'............ which is amazing! Thank you, Linda Spangle!

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Day #19 Trouble In Scale City

I can't imagine beating up my scale just because of the number it gives, and, I can't imagine being without a scale either. Ever since joining SP it has become like a road sign for me. It reminds me of where I have been and where I want to go. I would have to completely remove it to some out of the way place in our house before I could ignore it. Even if I was going through a period of Scale Denial with an I Don't Care kind of attitude struggle period, I would sooner than later step back on and face the music.

For me the important message of this lesson came from Karen -

"Eventually, I figured out there was a flaw in my own thinking. Every day, I was weighing myself as a success or failure as a person!"

I do not want to give my scale that kind of power!

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I have that 'advice from a tree' meme in my collection (or something similar) it IS great, isn't it!
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I am also now a Dr Yoni Freedhoff follower - thanks for that link!

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In trouble? WI daily, record then forget number and focus on actions:
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I hear you as far as the holidays that are rapidly approaching. It's an extremely difficult time for so many of us.

I know that for me to eliminate foods or have foods on a 'no' list it doesn't work. I tend to think about them constantly then. I definitely have foods to avoid or foods that I should only 'taste' (as at a holiday dinner or celebration). This is such a difficult time of year.

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I agree about things better off avoiding. When I've let too much sugar and fat into my eating, then it's almost as if I'm addicted, and must have MORE, MORE, MORE! emoticon I'm thinking of holiday times such as when DH and I make our almond toffee to give as gifts and then have to sample it. Last Christmas I did pretty well just telling myself "no toffee" and letting DH be the tester.

Also, Gill -- thanks for the link in today's email. When I got to the end I realized it was written by Dr. Yoni Freedhoff (or had quotes from him) who has a blog "Weighty Matters" that I subscribe to.
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I can't imagine taking my scale out to the driveway and beating it with a sledgehammer, but do remember that time so long ago where I had a scale stuck in my spare room and avoided it (but thought about it even so) for over 6 months. This exercise would have been helpful then and would have saved me months of anguish. Daily weighing is what works for me. Not much drastic can happen in one day....and an upward trend over several days can give a hint that extra vigilance is needed.

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I'm not a fan of 'no' lists, but there are plenty of things I'm better off avoiding!


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I don’t have a problem or attitude with my scale. If I gain I have a problem with me. I was weighed at the doctor’s office on Wednesday and weighed at home before I walked out the door. I weighed less on the doctor’s scale! Now it was just a few ounces, but who’s counting.............me!
I am not at my goal weight and my doctor reminded me what I should and shouldn’t eat. The tempting food that I love is on the no list, of course.
I will do my best because I want to be my best! Have a healthy Friday!
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I've not experienced trouble in scale city........... but that's not to say I never will, so I'm grateful for these lessons which give me tools for life.

Today, I was reading an update on a young woman I follow on twitter who is dealing with Stage 4 cancer - her body has swollen up because of the disease and medication/treatments. I expect her weight is the last thing on her mind, but she is saying all she can see is 'moon face, moon face, moon face'.
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I saw a cartoon (which I couldn't download from Pinterest) which said:-
"I avoid things that make me fat,
like scale, mirrors,
and photographs"
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I don't identify with scale denial, but I can totally relate to the thing about mirrors and photos. I'm often at someone else's house and think "gosh, I look much slimmer in this mirror" and have a feint idea that maybe my bedroom mirror 'makes me look fat'
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I'm not totally out-of-the woods with this stuff! Perhaps I never will be. But I know I'm not alone.
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At the moment, I love my scales, and weigh once a day.

Last night my mobile phone died, and today I have to go and out and buy a wrist watch, because I don't have another timepiece I can carry around with me, and I feel quite lost without it!

I think the same could happen with the bathroom scales - if they stopped working, I think I'd have to replace them pretty quickly!

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19 Trouble in Scale City - preparing for WI by doing Spark challenge activities. Record daily and find 7-day average for official WI. Daily fluctuations of 1-2 pounds okay! If average is up 2-5 pounds *** I'm in trouble emoticon emoticon emoticon
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I could really identify with the description of scale denial. I have done that exact thing so many times in the past - only weighed daily when I was doing well, and that is exactly why I lost focus and gained so much weight back - I stopped weighing when I “gave up” whatever diet or weight loss plan I was on. Now that I am weighing in and recording it, I have to say, I know it is best to never stop. The scale is now my friend! emoticon emoticon

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I find that if I eat more than one meal with significant carb content (ie noodles, pizza, bread, potato) the scale will go up - so something about those foods make me retain fluid I guess. Seeing the evidence on the scale, does help me stay on plan the next day.

I can honestly say, I never ignore the scale. It is my friend!

Gill

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Chapter #19 Trouble in Scale City

I weigh each morning, record and move on. My scale numbers can fluctuate so much that if not for having that record to look at I would have quit trying long ago. Yesterday was way up and today it’s back down! This is a normal sequence for me but the only way to know that is by recording every day.

If I eat out, it is a given that the number will be up. Probably the extra salt no matter what I get.
It is the average each week that really matters for me. It is also facing the truth of that average.


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Lesson 19: Trouble in Scale City
Scale denial is simply thinking, "If I don't weigh myself, it's not happening." But eventually, this only makes your situation worse. The longer you ignore what the scale says, the harder it is to face the reality of your situation.
Courage to Weigh
If you've let yourself get caught in the scale avoidance trap, it's time to move past this roadblock. But as you know, becoming friends with your scale may take courage.
Once you've reached this point with your scale, set up a plan for how you will manage it from now on. Choose the timing that fits best for you, weighing daily, weekly, or even once a month.
Weighing yourself after a long break requires courage and determination. But once you take that step, you move past a major barrier. After that, you'll be able to return to your goal of building a lasting friendship with your scale
I don't have no problems weighing no more use to not esp. if I know the scale was up due to what I ate.

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I laughed so hard about the sledge hammer incident that my family thought I had lost my mind. I could just imagine it... like a cartoon. It's so refreshing to know that I am not the only one that has some rage issues with the scale. I could also really relate to the fear of getting on the scale after avoiding it for too long. For NOW.. I choose to weight 1 time per week on the same day at the same time. It keeps me sane.

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I have mentioned before that I also have been working on reducing and eventually eliminating my overall debt. The first thing that I do once I awaken for the day is to weigh in. Then the second thing that I do is check my bank balance online. I want to know how things are going. It is not about having control over things as much as knowing what is going on with me. I also record both my weight on my daily journal then check to see where I am at over a 7 day period. I also have all of the monthly expenses on a calendar which I mark off as each bill is paid. It may seem like a lot of recording but it really doesn't take much effort nor much time and it feels good to know that I am 'on top of things'.

I also 'report' my weekly weigh in to my SP teams as needed and I also 'report' to my husband how my plans are going in terms of paying off specific debts. Since I am in sole charge of our finances and he trusts me so much I want him to be a part of the victory when we have met a specific goal.

No, my scales is not the enemy. It is a truthful and honest friend. One I hope that I can accept the feedback that it gives me. LOL.

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"Weigh and ignore". What a great technique to remember if one ever gets into the dilemma again of trying to avoid the scale out of fear. I had never heard or thought of that, but I think it would work. By the fourth day, it would be like, "Whatever! Write it down!" emoticon



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Chapter #19 Trouble in Scale City
Today is a reminder to me of why I now weigh each morning, record and move on. My scale numbers can fluctuate so much that if not for having that record to look at I probably would have quit trying by now.
It is the average each week that really matters for me. It is also facing the truth of that average.

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I agree - I just use my scale as a data-collection point each morning nowadays. It's so great to have made peace with the scale. No stepping on/off. No weighing again later. No twiddling with the dial (on the old scales!). I step on once, read the first figure, step off, record - done.

Once again, I totally relate to Linda's example of keeping an eye on the budget: "....facing the truth early on will help you..........prevent the damage from getting worse."

Gill

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FWTS Ch. 19 Trouble in Scale City
I am preparing for weigh-ins by doing the challenge activities. It's going well, weighing-in Wed. BLC and Sat. 5%. This is my second round of having 2 days /week recording stats.First 8 weeks before Thanksgiving and second will end March, 11. Also daily WI and evaluating previous day with dot and journal note started in Oct. 2016. I will continue collecting data!

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It seems a shame that so few of us have 'worked' this Chapter (and maybe 'shame' is the reason why?!). At the same time, I am really happy to hear that some of us have 'healed' ourselves from scale sickness, and reached a sane, steady relationship with the weighing machine.

I see my morning weigh-in more like 'keeping tabs' on things, so I can take remedial action before things get out of hand. I relate to Linda's analogy of keeping an eye on the financial budget..... I've been managing to do that, too, for the past few months, and it does bring my anxiety levels down! I can relate to the temptation to just not look (!) and hope that everything will somehow be alright; it won't without my actions!

Gill

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Trouble in Scale City
I have moved past this. I use my scale as a tool- I record my weight every day, and if it goes emoticon , I review my tracking journal. It is usually a minor fluctuation of too much sodium, not enough sleep, or not enough water. Then of course it could be too many calories and not enough exercise. I weight every day, but I post my "official" weight on a weekly basis.

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Chapter #19 Trouble in Scale City
I am beginning to prepare for weigh-ins like wrestlers and boxers. Last meeting at WW was Tues.4/26 at 6:30am. My final average was 2-3# for 3 months. Went home and ate before TOPS meeting, same day at 11:30, gaining 2 pounds in 5 hours emoticon
I did not go to Tops when I was gaining Winter 2015 after a long time, it was good to see everyone. I was afraid to make the switch, WW to Tops emoticon
Now, I am looking forward to "making weight" each week. Tops meetings are near our family Y and I can work-out before the scale. I can do the wrestling trick of sitting in the sauna losing water weight. The Y is only a 2 blocks away, I can go to gym before and after meetings. There in a Yoga class after the weigh-in. I am planning a routine around the scale. emoticon emoticon

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Fisker it sounds like you have a good relationship with your scale. emoticon
Scale denial describes me to a tee. In the past I would try to relax from weighing and tracking. I would stop tracking and stop paying such close attention to food intake. Then I would avoid and even dread weighing because inevitably the scale would start to creep up and like you shared Phyllis, my clothes would not fit. At other times I would watch the scale like a hawk and fret over fluctuations. I'm looking for and finding a reasonable balance by setting up a plan with this study. emoticon

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Chapter #19 Trouble in Scale City
I've never beaten up my scale like Karen in the story but once bought a new one when I didn't believe I had gained that much.
When I was in denial, I would avoid getting on the scale until nothing in the closet fit and then because I couldn't afford all new clothes, I would finally face it and start over.
Now my journey is more about being healthy but it does require a reasonable weight for my body.
Using the idea of averages has helped to not want to quit every time the scale is up. It seems like such a simple solution but has changed my thoughts as I just record the number and then go about my day.

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CH 19:

I do not have a problem getting on the scale. Sometimes the number gives me a problem, but not the act of getting on the scale. Once a day... on with my life.

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In your notebook, list 2 or 3 things that you learned from this chapter. I don't have a fear of weighing myself and haven't for a while. I use to beat myself up mentally if the scale went up but don't do that any more as a result of reading FWTS.

What are some ways you can relate to the clients or examples in this chapter? N/a

What will you do differently as a result of reading this chapter? I will continue to weigh daily.

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Like Karen, I have had some scale denial in the past. More it the lines of if I had a gain then I would get upset with the weight recorder at the meeting, or decide to go ahead and binge that night before starting fresh the next morning.

I also was a closet eater who would eat an entire box of Little Debbie snack cakes in the car on the way home from work, then dump the trash at the trash can by our mailbox...if no one saw me eat, it didn't count , right? OH SO WRONG!!!

I do not have an issue with scale denial and as long as I've eaten persistently on plan and exercised, if the scale number is up, I know that is just data and not an actual weight gain that I need to concern myself with that day. Notice I said persistent and not perfect! If I'm about 90-95% good, I will still lose weigh without losing my sanity in the process.


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Friends with the Scale - Chapter 19 - Trouble in Scale City

Thanks to Linda Spangle, I bought myself some new scales and am weighing myself every morning, writing it down, and moving away; I'm then working out a 7-day average, and recording that on my Spark Page. What it is showing me is that weight goes up and down every day - but an overall pattern can be found.

I totally agree that avoiding weighing oneself is denial - and weight can creep up quite a bit before we notice/admit it.

I have not been avoiding the scale, so this chapter doesn't apply to me at the moment - but it is motivation to continue to weigh daily.

Gill

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