I feel like crying, what a waste......

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by ClaireMelanie, 8 January 2010.

  1. ClaireMelanie

    ClaireMelanie Well-Known Member

    I've really let myself down. I've been doing so well today and this evening after a really stressful day at work and the kids are climbing the walls because they've been off - I cracked. I've had a bit of pizza and a couple of biscuits now I'm feeling like I might as well give up.

    Does anyone else ever let this happen??

    A very sad Claire x:cry::cry::cry:
  2. Scottishmum

    Scottishmum Cambridge Consultant

    You haven't failed, so don't give up!!! Just see it as a wee blip and continue with what you were doing before. Learn from it and move on.

    Draw a line under it and don't use it as an excuse to stop or fall off completely. Its happened, so forget about it and move on.

    You know you can do it! ;) Good luck!
  3. Nellyphant

    Nellyphant Well-Known Member

    Scottishmum has said it all.

    Keep your chin up. Onwards and downwards (as in weight).
  4. bubblegirl

    bubblegirl Banned

    hi dont give up, i did last year and but all 4 stone back on. this is my first day back on it and i am not even going to have tea or coffee, have got to stick to it, just get beck on track tomorrow it will be ok
  5. mrsessex

    mrsessex Well-Known Member

    Its not over!

    Carry on and forget it ever happend!
  6. KD

    KD Gone fishing

    Have your tea and coffee. Do exactly what you would have done had you not 'blipped' Back on track now, not tomorrow. You'll be fine. Enjoy your shake or whatever you planned to have at this time of day :)
  7. ClaireMelanie

    ClaireMelanie Well-Known Member

    Thanks ladies.

    I see a couple of these types of post tonight, so I know I'm not alone. Guess it's the weather and everyone being stuck inside. I'm not eating anymore today and will keep gpong. Thank you so much. I really feel better!!

    Claire xx
  8. LizzMB

    LizzMB WILL be Slim!

    no need to give up hun as that would be letting the blip, the biscuits and the pizza win!
    Move on, its just a detour to slim, but not a total breakdown hun!
  9. Fattack

    Fattack Likes to eat

    I had a blip just before Chrimbo and did exactly what you did - posted here!!!

    Just get back on the horse and you'll be back on the weight loss wagon in no time :)
  10. Blingbabe

    Blingbabe Back On Track!

    All the best ClaireMelanie

    I have come so close to a blip since re-starting this week; its the fact I live on my own and have no food indoors that has kept me on an even keel
    Don't worry or be sad, as said on this site, draw that line and on you go x
  11. mich1010

    mich1010 Well-Known Member

    Hi, no worries, start afresh tomorrow. You can do it hun xxx

    Think of your fantastic loss at the end of just 1 week.
  12. fed-up-and-fat

    fed-up-and-fat hoping for a good loss

    I bliped last week and was racked with guilt and self loathing until the wonderful people on here helped me through. I felt a failure, but got over it and moved on.

    Hope you are having a better day today

    Charlie xx
  13. Eir

    Eir Well-Known Member

    I bliped this week and had a chocolate brownie - and still lost 3 pounds because I'd kept to the diet the rest of the week.

    You can do it! Get straight back on that horse :D.
  14. Pheonix-Rising

    Pheonix-Rising Well-Known Member

    It will be a distant memory tomorrow! keep going and know that you CAN do this xx
  15. SkinnyMinnieWannabe

    SkinnyMinnieWannabe Well-Known Member

    I had a full over binge for over 24 hours and i have never ever felt so low! ever....im sure this is a new kind of rubbish to feel! Over food too!
    So rubbish! :(
  16. maro11

    maro11 Well-Known Member

    It's not the end of the world, put it behind you and carry on. It happens to us all. I have struggled this week, stuck indoors 24/7 with a small child.
    Tomorrow is another day. Good luck

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