Pick myself up and back on....

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Postby QT2Lose45 » November 28th, 2006, 6:52 am


I fell off!!! HARD!

BUT, I'm back on today. I went out of control! and realize all the bad feelings coming back about being 'big'. :( i really don't like how that feels, so i'm back. I'm not sure how much i've gained back, i've been avoiding the scale like the plague :twisted: BUT, tomorrow morning, i will jump back on for official number. :cry:

I hope I have enough products to last til next pay period!!! MF really is easy to stick to once i get into the swing of things, so i know the next few days will be tough, BUT again need to remind myself of bad feelings associated with eating. (funny how it feels so good as i'm eating, but quick to turn as soon as i'm done) I'm I the only one who feels this way?!!

Okay, back on.... 100%... have to keep telling myself this! I am really going to need this forum from now til ?

I don't get it... I followed MF, lost some weight (about 16lbs), everyone was noticing, I felt good, energetic, so why oh WHY would i allow myself to turn away from all the good stuff and go back to bad food??!! I know i'm totally venting right now!!! :x But really need to get it out to refocus!!!!

I'm sure i'll be back on here later today...... :?

100%.... 100%...... 100%........ (kinda like clicking your heels together 3 times.... i hope it works :) )
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Postby JerseyGirl » November 28th, 2006, 8:17 am


You and I sound like we're in the same boat. I come from a large family of southern cook's. I don't know how to cook a small holiday meal. So I made my family happy (as I do every year) and cooked my usual fare of food for thanksgiving. I had to taste a few things (you can't avoid that as a cook) but I told myself I would'nt sit down a a meal of all the things I cooked for everyone else. WRONG! The bread, macaroni and cheese, stuffing, patatoe salad was calling me. I only had a little of each but it only take's a little to get you off track. So the next day I felt like a freight train had ran over me. That's how bad that stuff made me feel after going so long with it. I literally felt like I had a drinking hangover :oops: It's taken me til today to really get back on track with my meal's and water. So hang in there I'm with you. I lost 14lbs. so far to date it was 16.5lbs. before thanksgiving though. But I will not fail at this journey. I remember reading in the MF book that if you fall off the wagon your only 3 day's from your previous fat burning to kick back in.

good luck my mf friend...
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Postby dede4wd » November 28th, 2006, 9:30 am

Hi QT!

I know your pain! Why did I sabotage myself? I've been back on for a week now and can't believe how much better I feel already! The way all that crappy food was just sitting inside me making me lethargic, it sucked!


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Postby sheri1103 » November 28th, 2006, 10:29 am

Hi! You made it back and that is the important thing. I too am back after some "time off." I am trying not to beat myself up over it. I am new to these forums and it has been such a blessing. I realize now that may have led to my backslide. As usual, I was trying to do it myself. Now I have my friends here. I restarted yesterday and feel great. So hang in there and let us support you. Your success makes us all happy!

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Postby lauradr » November 28th, 2006, 11:09 am

Welcome back!!! You can do it-- keep your eye on your goal
I'm not where I wanna be but, thank God I'm not where I use to be!


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Re: Back on Track

Postby Serendipity » November 28th, 2006, 11:10 am

JerseyGirl wrote:QT2Lose45:

I had to taste a few things (you can't avoid that as a cook)

Hi girls, and welcome back QT. The truth is, you can avoid tasting while you cook. I've been doing it for over a year and nobody is complaining about my cooking. My husband is my official taster and he does a fine job.

Little tastes can become big binges.....

Make it easy on yourself and avoid those nasty bites.

Waiver: just MHO. :mrgreen:
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Postby Elke » November 28th, 2006, 6:38 pm

Welcome back nice to have you here.
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Postby bikipatra » November 29th, 2006, 1:55 am

Congrats on making it back. Thanksgiving was my second day on Medifast so I cooked a Tofurkey for my vegetarian husband with all the trimmings. I did not have one bite. We then checked into a hotel for a romantic get away and I brought my shakes so there was no tempting food around for me. It was the best Thanksgiving ever!
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