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On the fence
Jun 19, 2008
... I haven't had the surgery but my sister who I am very close to did last July. She also had the six small holes done. ... (5 replies)
... It is tricky I know. Alot of people eat to deal with their daily problems. After eating your body feels relaxed and content and it feels like alot of emotions and problems go away and things feels better. Alot of women do emotional eating. Also common is boredom like you said. ... (23 replies)
... In order to loose more you would have to starve yourself which is dangerous. You seem to know already HOW to loose weight so lets not touch that subject. Your problem seems to be "control" and "motivation". You get control from motivation. ... (23 replies)

... I can say yes to all you have asked me. ... (8 replies)
... hi I'm new to this board. ... (0 replies)
... what you could try is read the books how to be naturally thin by eating more and bodyfueling by robyn landis, the other is by jean antenello. ... (59 replies)
... I still kept one of my favorites in the house like doritios and would eat it with cottage cheese when I had a taste for it. I kept ice cream here too and seldom ate it, except at pms time. ... (59 replies)
... If you never learned to eat a proper diet and hardly ever exercised or was inactive for a variety of reasons. Then this could be part environmental. ... (12 replies)
... from the time I was 13 years old, I have always had a weight problem, although never to this extent. ... (5 replies)
... First thing, dont diet, diets are evil. Try and eat sensibly. if your going to eat alot then try and eat vegetables, stay away from sugar, chocolate. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, great post! Like so many other things in life, one's weight and image has alot to do with your attitude. ... (8 replies)
... I am so glad that you are home and doing well! My drain was very painful to come out, so I would absolutly take the lortab. The only good thing about it coming out is that it only takes a second, and then its over. ... (74 replies)
... Although I did make that statement it was wrong, and I apologize to anyone who has ever had the surgery done for thinking it to be easy. ... (16 replies)
... Hi, I am new to the boards but this thread caught my attention. I joined L.A Weightloss Dec 23 2004. ... (18 replies)
... tablespoons of food at one meal. I was placed on a liquid diet for 9 weeks. Then I graduated from baby food to chewable food over 5 months. The foods after that were experiment and see with long chewing times etc. Over the first year I lost 100 pounds, the second year I lost 35 more pounds. ... (2 replies)
Jun 18, 2004
... ya i hear ya on the kids.. i have 2 though and they are a handful.. but enjoy them very much. my youngest will be starting school this year . i would give you the info for where i ordered but i wouldnt recommend them they were slow . so if i need to reorder it wouldnt buy from the same company. ... (32 replies)
Jun 16, 2004
... i have been off and on them for 2 weeks now.. everyday i wake up and say do i really want that much energy , lol .so i did skip a few days here and there. i would say i took them for 9 days and now back on them every day. ... (32 replies)
Jun 16, 2004
... pm. I did some walking, but not everyday. I mostly ate what I wanted but I drank alot, was going to the restroom all day long. The energy doesn't subside,but the way your body handles it will. ... (32 replies)
... and raising two kids. Got sick and tired of being....."sick and tired". Finally decided to take a college lifting class for women and stuck with it for four semesters. Also did some research and found how to eat properly all over again. ... (8 replies)
Please help
May 23, 2004
... We are hit by so many temptations to not stay on a diet and exercise. But just as there is no such thing as "spot reducing" while exercising.... ... (3 replies)

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