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Weight Fluctuation...ugh...
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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

We all know that losing weight and keeping it off is not easy for most people. I am most people... I had done so well in 2010, eating right, staying active and even inspiring others to reach their healthy goals. I had lost over 60 pounds and had about 15 more to go to get to my ideal weight. But several months later, there was a tragedy in my family. I lost the cousin that I was the closest to. She was only 21. :( It was a shock to our family. I was devastated and I'm still sad about it. Since she's been gone, I haven't been consistent with healthy eating and exercise. So bit by bit the weight just crept back. I am determined to get this weight OFF! I don't feel good and I'm tired of not fitting my clothes properly. My weight keeps going up and down since I had lost some of the weight but it then it came back again... I'm just going to be patient with myself and remind myself that I am human and not perfect. I can do this!
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  • LADYGSC
    So sorry for your loss, let the God comfort - comfort you! I'm cheering for you -

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    2955 days ago
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    You CAN do this! And we are all here to support you! Just let us know what you need, whether it's an accountability partner or just a little encouragement. We're here to help, so lean on us. You can TOTALLY do this!
    2957 days ago
  • SHAY1KM
    You really can do this. I am sorry for your loss - but remember you are not alone with any of this.

    You know it is possible for you to drop the weight, so keep on doing what works and just take everything one day at a time.

    Good luck!
    2957 days ago
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