Group Forum: Sliding back to old habits

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Code 99

Joined: Jan 12
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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 06:51
I have lost 45our pounds and have 30 to go but i have been slipping back to old habits. Not wuit sure what to do to stop the sliding.
plasticgreen

Joined: Jan 13
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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 09:49
Hi Code 99. Check the conversation string under 'First Time Posting' and you'll see you are definitely not alone. Most of us have lost weight before, and then struggled to maintain the change.

I think you have three choices here:
Doubt 1 give yourself a week off, enjoy lots of rich food, and then feel sad that you've put weight back on, knowing it won't take too long to take it off again

Crying or Very sad 2 stick to the plan, and hate every minute, and start to cheat

Smile 3 stick to the plan 5 days a week, and have two reasonable non-diet days. Your weightloss will probably maintain and you'll get back on the programme when you get fed up of not making progress.

Whatever you decide, make it a plan and not a slipup

Christine
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Tomorrow is another day. And it might be even better.
plasticgreen

Joined: Jan 13
Posts: 14

        
Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 09:50
Hi Code 99. Check the conversation string under 'First Time Posting' and you'll see you are definitely not alone. Most of us have lost weight before, and then struggled to maintain the change.

I think you have three choices here:
Doubt 1 give yourself a week off, enjoy lots of rich food, and then feel sad that you've put weight back on, knowing it won't take too long to take it off again

Crying or Very sad 2 stick to the plan, and hate every minute, and start to cheat

Smile 3 stick to the plan 5 days a week, and have two reasonable non-diet days. Your weightloss will probably maintain and you'll get back on the programme when you get fed up of not making progress.

Whatever you decide, make it a plan and not a slipup

Christine
************
Tomorrow is another day. And it might be even better.
plasticgreen

Joined: Jan 13
Posts: 14

        
Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 09:52
Hi Code 99. Check the conversation string under 'First Time Posting' and you'll see you are definitely not alone. Most of us have lost weight before, and then struggled to maintain the change.

I think you have three choices here:
Doubt 1 give yourself a week off, enjoy lots of rich food, and then feel sad that you've put weight back on, knowing it won't take too long to take it off again

Crying or Very sad 2 stick to the plan, and hate every minute, and start to cheat

Smile 3 stick to the plan 5 days a week, and have two reasonable non-diet days. Your weightloss will probably maintain and you'll get back on the programme when you get fed up of not making progress.

Whatever you decide, make it a plan and not a slipup

Christine
************
Tomorrow is another day. And it might be even better.
plasticgreen

Joined: Jan 13
Posts: 14

        
Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 09:54
Hi Code 99. Check the conversation string under 'First Time Posting' and you'll see you are definitely not alone. Most of us have lost weight before, and then struggled to maintain the change.

I think you have three choices here:
Doubt 1 give yourself a week off, enjoy lots of rich food, and then feel sad that you've put weight back on, knowing it won't take too long to take it off again

Crying or Very sad 2 stick to the plan, and hate every minute, and start to cheat

Smile 3 stick to the plan 5 days a week, and have two reasonable non-diet days. Your weightloss will probably maintain and you'll get back on the programme when you get fed up of not making progress.

Whatever you decide, make it a plan and not a slipup

Christine
************
Tomorrow is another day. And it might be even better.
plasticgreen

Joined: Jan 13
Posts: 14

        
Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 09:56
Hi Code 99. Check the conversation string under 'First Time Posting' and you'll see you are definitely not alone. Most of us have lost weight before, and then struggled to maintain the change.

I think you have three choices here:
Doubt 1 give yourself a week off, enjoy lots of rich food, and then feel sad that you've put weight back on, knowing it won't take too long to take it off again

Crying or Very sad 2 stick to the plan, and hate every minute, and start to cheat

Smile 3 stick to the plan 5 days a week, and have two reasonable non-diet days. Your weightloss will probably maintain and you'll get back on the programme when you get fed up of not making progress.

Whatever you decide, make it a plan and not a slipup

Christine
************
Tomorrow is another day. And it might be even better.