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Wow! I would love to find a team like this! I am inspired!
God bless you all on this journey we all share. (I can't control the gremllin that puts the wrong letter down...I tried to edit my last comment...couldn't)
Gos bless you all on this journey we all share.
This is a wonderful article that shows the power of motivation. Everyone needs a little help, a little push and a safe haven to vent frustration. This group will start a trend on Sparkpeople that will go on forever.
A moving and motivational story. You are all very fortunate to have one another. :)
Nice to read that others are working toward a more fit and healthy lifestyle.
There are countless stories here on Spark about fantastic weight loss.
There are also some great teams that give one another the support and encouragement they need. One of my teams 60 and over with 100-200 lbs to lose, they are the most supportive I have ever known.
Could I lose 626 lbs ? Yes if I had too, I lost 200 lbs.
When you reach the bottom, there are no more excuses, you have only one way to go, climb out of the pit of obesity and once and for all live your life as it should be lived.
Congrats for their private team. But congrats to all Spark members who have taken the first step and continue to keep on steppin'.
In the photo, I'd love to see 'normal' sized people. I looked at each of the people listed. I know for privacy you would not put their photos, but how about people who were successful --but not sized two!
Great article! Congrats everyone!
This is a very touching and wonderful article!
What a great team!
I Loved this story! Almost envy those on that special team. But I have lots of Spark Friends and do value each and every one!
It sounds like they have something very special. I'm always heartened by how supportive the environment here is. Congrats to all of you!
Very motivating. Congrats top All! WooHoo!
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