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I have regained 12 pounds but I'm never giving up. Never
I have regained--while tracking and exercising. BUT I will 1) be nice to myself 2) up the water and 3) be sonsistent with the walking--plus my exercises. I will get back to where I was.
Good article. I have stepped away from the scale. I went from 289 pounds to 165- 167 with fluctuations. My weight now feels like a 120.... to me.
But most importantly, my health is great! I no longer take any medications. My BP is perfect as is my cholesterol.
I have much to be grateful for.
Really struggling with this. I have gained almost 40 lbs after 2 knee replacement surgeries and have really been beating myself up with that.
Thank you. Helpful. Just gained 3lb on vacation. I will now hopefully use it as an opportunity to see what I could have done rather than just looking at it as a BIG failure.
I'm always hardest on myself.
We all need to talk to ourselves positively. We fall. We get back up. As many times as necessary.
Just what i needed to hear 👍
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