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slim2b

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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 07:56
I would like to have as many buddies as I can, to help keep me motivated.
There are times when I get discouraged, and I know that it's because I'm much alone, I don't get out much with my disabilities, so having a buddy system will, I'm sure, help greatly with keeping me on track to living a healthier lifestyle....
psalm46v10

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 16:05
Hi Buddy~ I can relate to not being able to get out much, I'm a quadriplegic. What are your disabilities?
God Bless you!
Christina
helcha

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 16:48
Hi there, welcome to this site. I have been a member since last year and lost I think 10 kilos then in May went on holidays and have not stopped eating since. Have managed to be on track for one week now and am delighted.

I too have got problems - as long as I can remember I have had trouble with my legs and myh weight now that I am much older am having enourmous difficulty walking - have got pain from the hips down - knees, ankles, toes - what can I say. I have always had trouble but not like this. Am off to see a specialist next month - have been waiting to see this specialist for months and I am worried what he is going to tell me - first of all lose weight and then that I will probably need knee replacements and G'd knows what else. Anyway at the moment I am trying to get some kilos off before seeing him.

Hope you enjoy this site - I am here if you need me. Have a good weekend.




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