hermunfred123 wrote: »
I lost 15 pounds it took me 6months I ate good & exercised. I gained 12 pounds back in 3 months & am still doing the same exercising 5 days a week an eat right ,Help i dont know what is going on
AdaMaraNma wrote: »
That really sucks and I know the feeling. But maybe this time, once you've gotten back on track, you'll look even better than you did last time!
CheJ629 wrote: »
It’s really hard when that happens. You feel bad about yourself physically and emotionally. But, when it has happened to me, I’ve tried to get started again with baby steps. You can get going again! One of my favorite quotes/sayings is that “the time is going to pass anyway” so I figure I might as well try to get back on track since the days will go by regardless. Good luck, you can manage this!
robertw486 wrote: »
It happens to a lot of people. Just learn from your mistakes and move on with your plan. Nobody gains weight overnight, and nobody loses it overnight.
For a lot of people maintaining a healthy weight is much more difficult than losing the way to begin with. There are some good threads to help if you want to stay at a certain weight this time.
ginnytez wrote: »
I'm releasing the 17 I lost before my hip replacements--and it is going away! (it took me two years to regain it, and it is coming off faster than that!)
Suuzanne37 wrote: »
I had previously regained 30 pounds of a total 40 pounds lost. It took from 2015 to present to lose the weight gained. The difference this time is that I log and use a food scale.
You can lose the weight again; just be patient and don’t beat yourself up about it.
I have seen this debated in the community; but start appreciating yourself at your present weight; don’t wait for a specific number on the scale.
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