How much do you want it? If you're struggling on day 3 maybe your head isn't in the right place? This diet is harder mentally than it is physically
Take a picture of yourself in your underwear and put it as your desktop wallpaper... That'll keep you on the straight and narrow
Just drink loads of water and remember why you're dieting in the first place, you'll be rete
krazychic said:Your right I do want it bad enough but I still have the doubts from other people telling me I will gain it all back. I need to shut the haters out
you realy do need to just ignore negative ppl hun , they will be the same folks who will be asking you where to buy slim and save when your all slim and looking fab and wobbly tum is so right cos with any diet its easy to pile the lbs back on if you go straight back to your old ways.Your right I do want it bad enough but I still have the doubts from other people telling me I will gain it all back. I need to shut the haters out
I lost weight with a Gastric Band and gained it all back.. whatever diet you do will have you gain it back unless you change how you eat..
Hope you are still hanging in there.. x
For me it's remembering why I'm doing it, what I want more at the end of it all. Do I want that nice sausage over there or that sandwich or whatever it is? Or do I actually want to get fit and healthy, wear whatever I want to, shop anywhere I want to, feel and look good for me and for my boyfriend, not have to worry about weight related health issues and generally feel more happy, healthy and confident? When I look at it like that, it's an easy decision. Not always easy to look at it like that, maybe keep a list of reasons on your phone, fridge, cupboard, anywhere you can see it. Or a picture - either one of how you never want to be again or one of where you want to get back to. Really does just come down to what you want in life. Keep on going, you'll get there and if you fall, pick yourself back up. Doesn't matter how many obstacles you've got to jump, how many you clear or fall down on, what matters is getting to the end.