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Trying to 'fix' myself

Chala1972

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S: 17st10lb C: 16st4.0lb G: 11st4lb BMI: 36.8 Loss: 1st6lb(8.06%)
#1
Hello, I am a binge eater, I have been for many years. In this diary I am charting my self help 'fix me' programme.

I realise that I need to stop and have to reaquaint myself with eating for fuel and not to self medicate. I have seen some progress over the last few days, the realisation has finally sunk in and I need to sort this. I am 39 next and i dont want to continue like this. I am trying to tackle my sugar addiction and have decided to do this by stopping dead with the obvious sugar items. I just hope that I can do it..........to be continued
 
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largelesley

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S: 18st3lb C: 18st0lb Loss: 0st3lb(1.18%)
#2
Hi im glad you are doing ok
It was very brave to post
There is a thread titled bring your head inside and tour body will follow
Dont know if youve seen it but theres lots of people on it like you and me too
Take care lesley x
Omg sometimes im very silly just noticed you are in the rite place lol
 

Chala1972

Full Member
S: 17st10lb C: 16st4.0lb G: 11st4lb BMI: 36.8 Loss: 1st6lb(8.06%)
#3
Hi im glad you are doing ok
It was very brave to post
There is a thread titled bring your head inside and tour body will follow
Dont know if youve seen it but theres lots of people on it like you and me too
Take care lesley x
Omg sometimes im very silly just noticed you are in the rite place lol
:) Thanks for the reply, I actually do feel beter after writing this! Its wierd x
 

Pomooky125

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#5
Hi Chala
Well, it's a lovely day to start your new way of looking at food. I wish you all the best - I'm trying to do the same thing and it's nice to know I'm not alone!
Pomooky XX
 

Chala1972

Full Member
S: 17st10lb C: 16st4.0lb G: 11st4lb BMI: 36.8 Loss: 1st6lb(8.06%)
#6
Hi Chala
Well, it's a lovely day to start your new way of looking at food. I wish you all the best - I'm trying to do the same thing and it's nice to know I'm not alone!
Pomooky XX

:) Its not easy but I was always told nothing worth doing is ever easy :) Thanks for your kind words x
 

Pomooky125

Silver Member
#7
Hi Chala, How's things today? I see you are into exercise and wondered how you motivate yourself. I absolutely hate getting out of breath, sweaty etc and afterwards just feel wobbly! (Obviously unfit). I have low blood pressure which is good healthwise but means I don't have much get up and go.

What exercise do you do? I lack motivation too because I have lost weight before without exercise so it would be the incentive of warding off old age/improving health that would do it for me, I guess. I have done Pilates and have an exercise bike (currently drying towels on it) and that's that I'm afraid!


Pomooky XX
 

Chala1972

Full Member
S: 17st10lb C: 16st4.0lb G: 11st4lb BMI: 36.8 Loss: 1st6lb(8.06%)
#8
Hi Chala, How's things today? I see you are into exercise and wondered how you motivate yourself. I absolutely hate getting out of breath, sweaty etc and afterwards just feel wobbly! (Obviously unfit). I have low blood pressure which is good healthwise but means I don't have much get up and go.

What exercise do you do? I lack motivation too because I have lost weight before without exercise so it would be the incentive of warding off old age/improving health that would do it for me, I guess. I have done Pilates and have an exercise bike (currently drying towels on it) and that's that I'm afraid!


Pomooky XX
Hi Pomooky,

Am doing ok thanks, hope you are well :) I walk, I aim for around 25 miles a week, its something i enjoy and its easy and free to do :) xx I have to do it for my mental health too as it keeps my seritonin flowing :) x
 


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