Half way to target but have totally lost my mojo

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  1. formyson

    formyson Member

    Hi everyone, I love cambridge weight plan and have lost over 5 stones so far. However, the last couple of months I have been on and off more times than a light switch and can't seem to get my head back in the game so to speak. I'm pretty sure its my self destruct demons coming back as such drastic change seems so possible now and quite frankly this 'new me' terrifies me!
    Does anyone have any tips on how to change my thinking? Any books to read or self esteem boosters as I know I can do this but just need to convince my head.
    Thank you
     
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  3. Mabs

    Mabs Member

    Start Weight:
    18st1lb
    Current Weight:
    18st1lb
    Goal Weight:
    9st7lb
    Lost(%):
    0st0lb(0%)
    Diet:
    Cambridge
    I get what you're saying and I'm sure lots of other people do as well. I've kept myself fat for quite a few years for protection. Have you thought about having some counselling about it? I did and it really helped. What is it about the new you that terrifies you?
     
  4. amanda1978

    amanda1978 Full Member

    I totally get you formyson!! I think most of us have that trigger in us. I just hope I can stop listening to mine the nearer I get!! Good luck xx
     
  5. formyson

    formyson Member

    Glad its not just me then!
    I think I am terrified as I dont know what slimmer me will be like, ive been big for all my adult life and its comfortable I guess.
    It is a kind of excited terrified though.
    I have always just sabotaged myself or failed on purpose as its easier than succeeding! (I know its a bad attitude!)
    will try some counselling as I know its all in my head
    Thanks for listening
     
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