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Old 05-06-2015, 01:33 PM   #1
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It's been couple years. Few years ago I lost the most weight I had up to that point (56lbs). Then life happened, got sick, had surgery, moved, lost my job, still looking for a job, and have dealt with major depression through out all of this. Needless to say I let weight loss slide to the back burner then completely off the stove. I've gained back 20lbs. I hate it but it is what it is and I know only way to fix this is accept responsibility for it. I can spend all day hiding behind the excuses with eating my feelings and boredom eating but I am the one who picked up the food and made bad choices with the foods I ate instead of finding another way of dealing with life. So here I am starting over again. I was on this board with majority of my weight loss and I know having the support from this place helped me a lot. So, HI and I'm back.
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Old 05-07-2015, 07:50 PM   #2
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Looks like you have similar stats/goal to me!!! Welcome back, and good luck. You know how to eat and you will, no point in feeling guilty. 20 pounds is nothing to be ashamed off, and you are stopping yourself now and making changes, I'm sure lots of people wish they made changes sooner than later and you are doing something now!
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