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dragonfly wrote:I hate when i write it all down and see how much junk I actually ate!!!
as I live 1 hour from the shops, I am now makign sure on shopping days I am not bringing home bad stuff. I didnt buy any marshmellows LOL even tho I could do some now LOL.
I might make some...... ha ha ha ha.
planning out and making a menu plan is a good idea. I hope it helps you steph!!!
I know you wanna get to 70kilos real bad, same as I want to get under 140.
race ya there LOL
I try and fool myself when I buy a block of cadbury that I will just have one or two rows a day...then I end up eating the whole block. Maybe one day I will be a person who can have blocks of chocolate around and not the scoff the lot, but til that day I should probably just limit myself to one bar at a time
dragonfly wrote:dont give up steph!!! hang in there. this is just a rough time, and a fork int he road, dont take the path that is easiest.
if food is being a PAIN in the a$$, try amping up the exercise, not so much MORE in time wise, but maybe try adding a new and differnt exercise in. I have started boxing, and my walking, but perhaps you could try aerobics, or swimming, or yoga....? I dunno, something new. somethign fresh, something to wake up the body and push it.
dragonfly wrote:I went on antiD's for a while, and hated them. they didnt fix the problem, was just a bandaid over the top while the wound bled underneath. One day i woke up and stopped taking them, and have been great since lol, plus 18months of councelling lol. but no more drugs. I even stopped the birth control pill and used a natural method of timing instead of mind and body alterating drugs. Do what you think is best, but also remember that they take a few weeks to actually work properly, and a few weeks to come down back off them.
instead of those, maybe see a natropath at the chemist, and ask them for some spray to put under your tongue which is what i used, it relaxed me and camed my anxiety. there are many varietys for different things, and are based on herbs and natural remedies. alot less strong than a anti-d pill, but are a slower longer term way to help, while the underlying problem can be dealt with.
dragonfly wrote:i get the spark people emails too
thats a great challenge to set yourself, and do 21 days binge free. small goals and achievable goals, without the life sentance which can seem scary. thats why I did the 7 day chocolate free diet, and completed sucessfully.
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