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I had been a Weight Watcher since 1/2007. I lost 113 lbs but then 'found' a few. I have a very stressful life as the primary caregiver for my elderly father. I cancelled my WW membership and am now happily using Medifast. I have reclaimed my 113 pound loss and added to it. I have had to recycle both sets of "fat clothes" that I bought in the past 3 years. It has been a year of losses for me, but I am still keeping on.
I had been a Weight Watcher since 1/2007. I lost 113 lbs but then 'found' a few. I have a very stressful life as the primary caregiver for my elderly father. I cancelled my WW membership and am now happily using Medifast. I have reclaimed my 113 pound loss and added to it. I have had to recycle both sets of "fat clothes" that I bought in the past 3 years. It has been a year of losses for me, but I am still keeping on.


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I have reclaimed my 113 lb Weight Watcher loss and have added to it. I am planning to be at goal before the end of the year.

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4/13/2014 12:19:52 PM

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SWEET_CAROLYN
9/13/2013 11:29:43 AM

I say, find what you like to do and live it up! It's all good, walking, running, or what I like to call butt shuffling LOL. Better to be moving the tush than lounging on the couch, right? :)



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SWEET_CAROLYN
7/31/2013 11:21:17 AM

Yes, I do!! When I get home tonight (work blocks Facebook), I'll send you a message.

I think it's wonderful - you're doing a lot of hard work to make MF work for you, whether you eat 100% MF foods or not! In fact, I think you're working harder because you are looking at the Nutrition Facts and Ingredients and such - those are things I really haven't done much being purely on MF foods!



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SWEET_CAROLYN
7/30/2013 11:19:50 AM

Thank you!!!! This is actually really encouraging - my sister has been wanting to do MF but doesn't have the income to support it. I'm going to take your tips and let her know!

You continue being the Rebel you are ;)



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SWEET_CAROLYN
7/29/2013 11:19:05 AM

I know that a lot of people (myself before I went on this health journey, friends, family) think that their problem is their fat. That losing weight will suddenly make them happy and everything will be roses and sunshine.

There was this article about a woman on Yahoo! (I believe) a while back. She was overweight (probably obese at 300+ pounds) and had bariatric surgery. At the end, she was what she always wanted to be - skinny - but she felt she lost her identity and was surprised that she wasn't suddenly happy. (I think she wrote a book too - need to find the link!!)



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