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Do You Suffer from Diet Rage?

Rules of the Road to Help You Reach Your Destination

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AZRIDERS

7/26/2014 2:20:50 PM

I loved this! Honestly, I think I have scale rage. :)

JILLONA

2/18/2014 2:48:44 PM

Woow this article is just awesome.. sooo true...

PEARLIEBABY

5/4/2013 2:30:37 PM

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Great article I needed to hear that today. I want speed but I know I have to take it slow.

DELLMEL

5/1/2013 8:28:28 AM

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Great article. I don't like getting on the scale but once a month or every teo months because I feel when I get on there I get stress. I eilll look back on this article.

UNSWEETMAMA

4/26/2013 7:18:05 PM

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I needed this today.

DAYSPRING-STAR

4/26/2013 9:53:23 AM

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Loved your article! My DH suffers from both Road and Diet Rage, but he honestly has a sense of humor, believe it or not. I read your article to him. His response? "Walk to work and to fix both issues!" Ha! LOL! The analogy to "Crash Diet" is one that will surely stick with me. I've never put it together is just that way, but it is so true! Thanks for a great article and plenty to think and act upon in my journey.

MGALL4

4/26/2013 9:19:27 AM

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I think my frustration comes down to I am visually smaller, but toning has made my only goal impossible it seems...I wanted to fit clothes I have not been rid of. The scale goes down, things are visually tightening, but toning is discouraging.
I do Tapout XT at least 5 of the 6 days, I set my meal plan at 5 days to make up for the Saturdays that usually fizzles. I even repeat a week on the chart if I feel I have not preformed at my expectations.
So I do not put an exact date of destination arrival, I do my best, and execute things to make up for my short comings, and it isn't enough

HARLEY643

4/26/2013 8:28:36 AM

Yes, I want to throw the scales into the next century. I feel I am eating well but if I don't exercise constantly, WHAM, I gain 5 lbs back. It's very frustrating.

BROOKLYN_BORN

4/26/2013 8:18:58 AM

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A very nice analogy although if I ignore the scale I know the weight will come back. That's how I gained it in the first place. Now 3 years into maintenance I will not go back there.

_MISSFIT_

4/26/2013 3:37:10 AM

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Don't just use a scale to measure your progress!!! Knowing your measurements and body fat % can help a lot. Example: I can stand on the scale one day and be like :'( then check my waist measurement and be like :D!!!!!!

CRANE_WIFE

4/10/2013 8:03:49 AM

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Great analogy! Thanks for the reminder.

LEAN2013

1/3/2013 8:40:41 AM

Funny - this philosophy was my 2013 resolution!!! I had a dear friend to tell me to NOT lower my standards, but to make the walls holding them up a little more flexible. Same idea, different visual imagery. Thanks so much!!

FITNESSFAN10898

12/22/2012 7:46:53 AM

This is exactly what I needed this morning, because I'm still struggling with the whole "ignore the scale" thing.

ABENSON44

9/3/2012 5:14:38 PM

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how interesting that this story showed up on sparkpeople today. just a couple hours ago I tore up and tossed out many "diet" books filled with hopes and dreams of weight loss.

DVEN8819

9/3/2012 9:30:02 AM

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man... if i stop and enjoy life i'll start "enjoying" all types of food. It seems like I can't enjoy life and lose weight at the same time :(

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