Scale differences

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  1. whoops

    whoops Full Member

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    I was weighed today by my cdc I cam home tonight and weighed myself on my scales as I thought there was a 2lb difference but they weighed in at the same as my cdc's at lunchtime.
    Oh well I still lost I guess!!
     
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  3. Dutch

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    Hi whoops, mine weigh less than my cdc's but I just watch mine go down I don't watch the numbers (can't really see them and I'm only 5 6, must get my eyes tested) I use the home ones and a general downward indicator and let my cdc be the official record keeper. Great losses by the way, well done xx
     
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    I tended to always stay away from scales and weighing myself. I only got weighed once a week at the counsellors. I started off weighig mself for the first coupld of weeks, but I would get so demoralised about seeminly not losing or sometimes even seeming to gain, only to go for the official weigh-in and find I had dropped 4 lbs again.

    This diet is hard enough without adding to it by psychologically beating yourself as well .....
     
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    Yes you're right Steve!
    I should be glad that I am losing after spending time on weight watchers and hoping that I had followed it enough to lose!! With this I seem guaranteed to lose each week!
     
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