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LADYJNAR SparkPoints: (28,932)
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9/17/12 1:41 P

emoticon This is a great place to find motivation, inspiration, and encouragement.

IGOALOT SparkPoints: (16,294)
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9/17/12 8:12 A

that is discouraging but don't give up same thing happened to me makes you want to quit -- but don't

NANCYPAT1 Posts: 51,029
9/17/12 6:44 A

That is sad, bow that you have grieved that you are no longer that sweet, skinny, girl you USED to be, you have a GOAL to work on. I think my greatest wake up call was when I realized that I weighed TWICE what I did on the day I went INTO the hospital to have my first child (and that child weighed 9 pounds 12 ounces). I weighed as much as 4 PEOPLE. Move on and work to change the measurements you are not so thrilled with.

CELITA_LINDA SparkPoints: (0)
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9/16/12 9:53 P

i am new to sparkpeople and measured myself this morning. i almost cried. my upper thigh was the same width as my waist used to be.

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