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Week 2 Weigh In

Discussion in 'Lighter Life Forum' started by lemma1968, 27 February 2008 Social URL.

  1. lemma1968

    lemma1968 Silver Member

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    Just come back from my Week 2 weigh in and I have lost 4 1/2 pounds!!!:D

    i'm really happy cos i was sure i had blown it. I have struggled a bit this week cos its been totm and my stress levels have been through the roof.

    With 7 lbs in the first week, and this 4 1/2 that makes 11.5 lbs in 2 weeks.

    I'm not going to be a big loser but as long as i am a steady loser i'll be happy.

    Hope everyone else who had WI tonight did OK.:D
     
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  3. Kellie=]

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    well done you!!
    you will get a big loss- and 7 is alot! but one day u will get a bigger one!!!xxxx
     
  4. x-Katie-x

    x-Katie-x Gold Member

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    Brilliant Lemma - that's a great loss, well done :clap:
     
  5. bexnkev

    bexnkev Silver Member

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    Well done Lemma... that's a great loss :D nearly a stone (not far away) gone forever!! yippee
     
  6. Blonde Logic

    Blonde Logic Yes. You can.

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    Yay Lemma!!!! Well done!!!! :) You are off to a great start!
     
  7. concretedaisy

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    well done, really good start! youll soon see those pounds melting away!
     
  8. lemma1968

    lemma1968 Silver Member

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    Thanks everyone. But i have had a wobble today and a very good cry on my bed a short while ago.

    I think we all have those days when we are emotional and its all too much.

    I'm tired and stressed and i have to focus really hard on the end game when I am feeling as i do today.

    I can't believe that after feeling so cheery yesterday I feel so low and sad today.:sigh:

    Tomorrow is another day.

    But thanks for your thoughts and wishes xxxxxx
     
  9. x-Katie-x

    x-Katie-x Gold Member

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    You're right tomorrow is another day - they're all different and we have to deal with them as such. The thing is that some of those 'days' aren't just because of food but I for one probably hid them/coped with them with food.

    I've discovered that I'm what I class as one of the worst kind of eaters - I'm a treat myself eater, which I reckon to be one of the worst as there's always an excuse to treat myself. At least if I only ate when I was stressed, angry or happy I'm not one of those all of the time so wouldn't constantly eat ...... whereas I can always find a reason to treat myself.
     
  10. Blonde Logic

    Blonde Logic Yes. You can.

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    We had an interesting discussion in group last week about Treats. And how some people will tell us, "oh, go on, have something - you have been doing so well! you deserve a treat" The LLC said when someone says that, it would be good to point out, "I have an addiction to food. I appreciate your well meaning gesture, but if I were a Alcoholic, and had been dry for 6 months, would you say 'Gon on - have scotch - you deserve a treat!' Or what if I were a self-harmer,l would you say 'go on, you have been so good and not done it for so long - give your self a little cut across your arm. You deserve it!' - or a junkie 'go on - you have really worked hard - stick a needle in your arm - you deserve it!!' :D

    We were rolling because it was so absurd, but that is essentially what we do when we 'have a treat' - we are feeding our addictions!

    I thought it was a really good point she made. I think it will help me. :)
     
  11. x-Katie-x

    x-Katie-x Gold Member

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    You're right BL, she did make a very good point and I can see that helping me too. I can treat myself for anything - don't have to be for anything in particular .... just because - and more often than not (99.99%) it was food I treated myself with .... I will get out of this!
     
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