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At a low ebb

Saturday, July 23, 2011

I woke up this morning feelinglike a complete failure. Depressed that I have not lost any weight this week, and am really trying to lose it, so want to be smaller so I can do the things I want to do. I have jsut sat an read some enteries on my blog and I think it is so funny that this week every year for the past 3 years I weigh exactly the same. I am 23 stone today, aka 322 this is the weight I usually get to at this time and this is the time I start to get annoyed with myself and begin to give up feeling that I can't lose weight and I start to creep up.

This time I want to get past it I want to continue on this track I want to lose this damn weight once and for all. I need to remember this and get past it. Otherwise nothing will change and Iwill be this weight until I die a premature death. Again I have lost 21 lb since April so it is aprox 7lb a month or there abouts. This means I am capable of losing about 3 stone by the end of the year. It is not too much ask of myself it is not a huge goal and it lifts the pressure I have piled on myself
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  • no profile photo CD5233545
    I know how you feel in 2yr ive gone from 204 to 201 and back severael times but i have never been discouraged i just keep plodding on I have been as high as 23st in my life so i know i can do it a lot has to do withh the meds we take.So slowly does it and keep your chin up it will drop eventually have a good week emoticon
    3501 days ago
  • NOMUFFINTOP3

    I know it can be frustrating. I hit a plateau and didn't drop
    anything for about 2 months and then all of a sudden 5 lbs..

    Be nice to yourself. Know that you will reach your goals in time. emoticon
    3505 days ago
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