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EvilWombatQueen wrote:I think you made a great decision, Carley. The most important thing is to stay healthy and getting rid of the scales is a great step forward with that. Good on you! Maybe you should get rid of the analogue scales as well and just go with how you feel and how your clothes fit instead. Imprecise scales may be just as destructive as precise ones.
EvilWombatQueen wrote:Do you need to weigh yourself at all? Can you go by measurements instead and break that link to past destructive behaviour? There's currently a July no-weigh challenge being run by a couple of the members here. To get a feel for not weighing perhaps you might want to join in. I think some of the people doing the challenge felt they were getting too obsessive with weighing so you'll have a great support team there.
Jaded wrote:*hugs* Carley saw your post elsewhere (no I'm not stalking you) but I understand where you are coming from I had problems when I was a teenager but I understand now the important thing is being healthy and having a balanced lifestyle *hugs*
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