elron - we're all fighting the same battle - and this means that we need to take a long, hard look at what works for us, what doesn't work for us, and what changes we need to make to get back on track. But first of all, how long ago was your surgery? and does your doc say that the surgery is still intact? has the outlet stretched?
so, let's start the conversation! for me - i'm a stress eater. are you? maybe you're a 'bored' eater? I do best if i eat regularly, but I'm also trying not to eat unless I'm hungry - and that often means that I'm not eating regularly. Haven't figured out the answer to that!
Are you eating more carbs than your body can stand? I have issues with this as well.
These are just a few thoughts - some examples of things to consider.
and then, of course, there's exercise.
someone around here - it might be Ilene - has this in her signature line: Falling down is not a failure. Failure is not getting up again.
so, as long as you keep trying, you haven't failed.
Start your day with a smile, and get it over with.
Keeping it off is a hundred decisions a day that help you maintain what you achieved. And that's the hard part. - L Sanders
start: 506 [Sept 2001]
weight at gastric bypass [Jan 29, 2002]: 409
current weight: 225
weight for plastic surgery: 200
final goal: 180
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