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Old Mon, Jan-10-22, 12:58
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 175/175/147 Female 5ft 5ins
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Location: UK
Default Actually managed not to overeat for a day

Well Hallelujah, managed a whole day eating as planned

Reading all the positive posts on here certainly helps. You may not always be losing but so many on here just never give up and that gives hope Sharing your ups and downs is beneficial to someone like myself.

My head just wasn't in the right place and I couldn't force it to get there.
Don't know what's been wrong with my thinking this last year or two but I haven't been able to get my head around sensible eating.
Constantly overeating with no willpower when faced with high carb sugary food.
Thinking I should start my journal again, yes that might help.

So please pardon my elation but one day, without bingeing is great progress.
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Old Mon, Jan-10-22, 14:10
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Plan: CAD
Stats: 220/217/180 Female 66
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Hi Esw

I think the first day is the hardest, tomorrow you will be even stronger
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Old Mon, Jan-10-22, 15:22
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Plan: low carb/keto
Stats: 234.8/215.2/154 Female 163cm
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Progress: 24%
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Well done! It's been a rubbish couple of years so be kind to yourself. Good on you for starting again.
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Old Thu, Feb-17-22, 02:10
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Plan: Paleo
Stats: 110/107/105 Female 63
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Way to go! I know how hard that first day is; HUGE VICTORY!
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Old Fri, Feb-18-22, 15:17
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Plan: DDF, Fung
Stats: 247/209/199 Female 66.5"
BF:kickin it
Progress: 79%
Location: Michigan
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Way to go! Keep it going, you've got this!
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Old Sat, Feb-19-22, 05:11
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Plan: Muscle Centric
Stats: 238/153/160 Female 5'10"
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Originally Posted by esw
Well Hallelujah, managed a whole day eating as planned

Reading all the positive posts on here certainly helps. You may not always be losing but so many on here just never give up and that gives hope Sharing your ups and downs is beneficial to someone like myself.

My head just wasn't in the right place and I couldn't force it to get there.
Don't know what's been wrong with my thinking this last year or two but I haven't been able to get my head around sensible eating.
Constantly overeating with no willpower when faced with high carb sugary food.
Thinking I should start my journal again, yes that might help.

So please pardon my elation but one day, without bingeing is great progress.
Well done and hopefully you'll manage to sustain it this time around.

I know how you feel because I was exactly the same, and I do know how hard it can be. For some reason though, it has all finally fallen into place and I'm able to stay focused and determined. I hope the same happens for you, and yes, journaling can really help.
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Old Sat, Feb-19-22, 09:04
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Plan: atkins, carnivore 2023
Stats: 200/211/163 Female 5'8"
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Esw.... You are not alone. These last couple years have been a real struggle. "Just don't quit trying".
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