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Worried about breaking the diet

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by rolo, 25 June 2008 Social URL.

  1. rolo

    rolo Full Member

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    We are all off to cub camp on the 26th july.....YAWN!! Last time i got through it with a few beers lol although only lasted one night, this time we aim to stick it out for the full 2 nights.

    They always have a bbq on the saturday and I'm just not sure if i will have the will power. So far will power is fine, I even sat in burger king yesterday with a coffee while the boys munched. Will it be really bad if I break the diet, I know it's going to be so hard to get back on track if i do. It's just going to be so boring and everyone will be wondering why I'm not eating.

    Roz x
     
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  3. Nat

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    don't break the diet, its way too hard to get back on track, i broke it when i went on hols and that's been the finish of it for me, i've been trying for 5 weeks to get back and i just can't stick to it, i've lost that willpower i had to start with, am now moving to slimming world in an attempt to shift the rest and not put any on!!! good luck
     
  4. festivalfairy

    festivalfairy Finally a size 12!

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    HUn take it from me it is HARD to get back on track its not worth it!!!!!!!
     
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    Yesterday, I ate chips and curry, didnt feel good so totally back 100% today with a lot of water.
    Although I got back to the regime right away, I wouldnt recommend breaking the diet as its not always easy to jump back on track.
     
  6. rolo

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    I think I'm just gonna have to grin and bear it then. Hopefully by then I'll be nearing 9-9.5 stone and can start moving up the plans. That way I could at least have some chicken and salad.

    Roz x
     
  7. misscheeky

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    try and not break it. I broke it for hoildays and weekends away very very hard to get back into hun
     
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    If this is your first time doing the diet DON'T BREAK IT. This is THE only time you will be 100% committed and you need to maximise your weight loss otherwise you will be wasting your opportunities. Trust me - like the others, I know this. It is a story repeated over and over! It would be the slippery slope to doom!! (ok a bit over dramatic there, but if I could get back my 1st 4 months, I would kill to do so)

    Tina
     
  9. fatpossum

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    Sounds to me like you've already made up your mind to break the diet (?).

    I don't know if you've updated your ticker but you've done well to lose 7.5 lbs - you could put that all back on with one full weekend of overindulgence.

    Don't do it!! Step away from that beer and chip butty - think instead of all those lovely things you will be wearing by Christmas!!
     
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