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Unfortunately...the best diet in the world

#1
Hi, well if you haven't heard my latest news then you should read 'My Big Belly Journey'.

So, since the 24th August, the day my darling Luke was born, I have lost 14.7kg (2st 6lb). That's in 19 days.....

I don't obviously recommend the 'Grief after losing your baby diet' but if I can take any positives from what has happened, is that I have no appetite and the weight is falling off.

Don't panic.....I am eating regulary and sensibly, just being careful really!!!!

I have to do this for my baby Luke and my darling husband and daughter, life is so precious and I can't put John through an unhealthy wife who could die early because of being obese.

Determination.............like I said, not a diet I would recommend.
 
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#2
If there's even the slightest bit of positivity to be gleaned from such a tragic situation then it's that you've been made painfully aware of the fragility of life. You want to lose weight to ensure you're around for many decades to come - that's no bad thing. But remember to be kind to yourself and take things gently: the loss of Luke is still so raw that you don't need a harsh regime right now.

Sending big hugs your way xx
 
#3
Hiya Steph

You just take care of yourself :)

Mike
 

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#4
aww steph,

that wee post made me really sad. Im soo sorry for your loss.

The only positive out come is that you are now very determined.

I hope everything works out great for you.

Jemma xx
 
#5
I knew here so don't really know you. I'd just like to say though that i'm deeply sorry for your loss :(
 
#6
Huge hugs for you...I've lost 3 babies,and I promise the pain does get more manageable.It will always hurt, but it will be a more gentle sort of grief.If i can help in any way please let me know.My heart goes out to you.
 


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