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Struggling to be a better me

Monday, June 06, 2011

I feel so disappointed with myself when it comes to losing weight at the start I'm on fire and then as time go's on I seem to fizzle out.Why is it i start so strong but never complete a weight loss goal? I know i need to do this for my health physically and mentally.I look in the mirror and completely dislike what I see I know I'm somewhere in there, but I don't seem to be willing to fight for the body I want.I need motivation sooo bad I stopped logging in for over a month and the scale and my clothes show that I'm not putting my all in help somebody!!!
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  • no profile photo CD9779212
    Cut out SUGAR...it's addictive, and keeps your body craving junk...and studies are showing it really is poison...your journey will be SOOO much easier...

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    3422 days ago
  • SIGMA1208
    You can do it......trust believe and make a journey instead of a test. Here for you too. emoticon
    3592 days ago
  • LYNNBELTONLOSES
    HEY GURL K, I GOT YOUR SCREEM FOR HELP AND I'M HERE FOR YOU, I JUST ADDED YOU TOO, YAY!!! LOL
    I SO KNOW HOW YOU FEEL HONEY, I BEEN THRU IT, TRUSS ME. HOLLA AT ME ON MY YAHOO IM HONEY AND I WILL HELP YOU, REALLY.
    MY YAHOO IM IS: belton_lynn

    I'M OFF AND ON EACH DAY GURL SO JUS HOLLA.

    SINCERELY,
    YOUR NEW WEIGHTLOSS GURLFRIEND,
    ~lynn
    (yahoo im: belton_lynn)
    3594 days ago
  • JCBEAUTYQUEEN
    I completely understand this.. This very thinking drove me into depression for 5 years.. Then i realized " i dont have to lose weight to be beautiful, no matter what weight i am God created a beautiful creature when he made me".. After that , weight loss was more fun than a chore and keeps me motivated. Also, setting mini challenges and goals for yourself are a fun way to make the time go by. Hope this helped

    Be blessed,
    JC
    3595 days ago
  • PATTYOMALLEY
    No one knows why, but you. I can tell you that for me, it happens if I set unrealistic goals.... it happens when we can't seem to reach our smaller goals. We get discouraged, and give up.

    Perhaps you can try setting mini goals for yourself- such as 2 pounds per week, or say 10 pounds in a month? Whatever seems reasonable to you. Blog them, journal them, whatever you prefer, but get them down in writing, and for each mini goal you meet, let there be a specific reward. Easy stuff, inexpensive stuff, or pamper me stuff. Whatever your budget will allow. At the 15 pound mark for example, you'd probably be ready for a new size in pants! Write out your goals and rewards, and keep coming back to spark. We are all here for the same reason, and we are all here to support each other.

    Are you in?

    (And, may I just say, I love your background photo. It is beautiful!)
    3670 days ago
  • AMYBUTLER10
    I completely understand. For me it was about a five month fizzle, and in that time I gained back 20 pounds. I saw the scale going up and up, and yet was unwilling to log in and do what I needed to do. I'm back now, and ready to fight. You can do it too! We can make it!!!!!
    3670 days ago
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