AnnMarieThomas91 wrote: »
My Ah-Ha moment was when I was told i need a op to remove fibroid tumours and being told that if i was a 'normal' weight for my height and age it would have been less likely that I would of had them, so then i was like well damn I need to fix this, I have two kids that need me.
Im currently the heaviest I have ever been and i'm planning to lose as much as I can in the healthiest way, no cutting corners and no stressing myself out about it. Healthy eating and the gym
I know I need to change my mindset and get better , but progress is progress and i will take every day as it comes
gallicinvasion wrote: »
I've always struggled with the knowledge that I needed to lose weight to feel healthier and look better, but I really and truly felt addicted to terrible processed food. I was eating at McDonald's 5 out of 7 days a week, and ordering out every night, and as soon as I finished each meal, I felt wracked with guilt and totally miserable. I felt unable to get out of the cycle until I started going to a behavioral therapist who specialized in disordered eating.
After the first session, she said "Do you think it's do-able to drink 1 extra cup of water every day this week?" I said "of course, that's easy."
The next week, she asked "How about download MFP onto your phone and explore it? Don't even log anything, just look around and see how it works." I said "Of course I can do that, that's easy."
The third week she said "Can you eat a small breakfast every day this week?"
We were working together to find small achievable goals that made it so much easier to kick the processed food habit and eat reasonable portions, even start cooking and meal prepping. I am hopeful that I can keep this up! It's been 3.5 months already and I've lost 32 pounds.
bigthogan wrote: »
A friend called and the Mrs. picked up and put the phone on speaker, I heard my friend say " What's bro up to...besides 300 "
I was in the 260ies at the time, i've lost a couple of them.
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