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Monday, January 10, 2011

Well, I just am feeling so stupid, I gained 10 pounds within one month. My husband went into the hospital and all I could do was eat. I have always ate to be able to handle problems.
I am a emotional eater and after being with WW for 3 years thought I was done doing that. It seems I am not, I need something to get me back on track. I quit WW because I was so ashame. I don't want to keep gaining weight. I feel physically bad at the moment.
My asthma is back with a vengence, and the arithis is bothering me more too.
What is wrong with me , I see so many people losing weight.
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  • ZOMBIEGIRL.NET
    I've done the same thing! I'm finally feeling a little more on track since I started journaling more. Maybe that will help? I emotionally eat too, but writing in my notebook keeps my hands and head busy for a while, and I can usually talk my problems out on paper and figure things out on my own and at the same time keep away from the snacking. I read the book "write yourself right" and it was very eye opening! I'd recommend it anyway. =)

    just keep telling yourself that you've done it before, and you can do it again! (that's what I'm saying currently" so I don't give up.) 10 lbs isn't the end of the word, you can lose that again! you can do it!
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    3303 days ago
  • MSBUTTERFLY1976
    You just have to take it one day at a time. No reason to beat yourself up. I lost 30 pounds on Spark, but just put back on 10 pounds over the holidays. Sounds like you need to try some other techniques to deal with your stress or to keep your mind and body occupied instead of eating when feeling upset, down, etc. There is nothing wrong with you, it's a daily struggle and some days are better than others, but don't give up and don't give in. emoticon
    3303 days ago
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