Being over weight is putting such a stress factor on me and it seems not to be getting better. I eat very little and when I do eat I feel bloated, full, stuff and want to blahh. I drink a lot of water and I'm to the point where I want to stay in bed and just drink water and no eatting. But then theres times where I feel I've eatten too much and I'm at a stand still and the weight won't leave me. I am about ready to do my own laposuction with the shop vac. Any suggestion!
Hi Navy wife I hear you on feeling like you aren;t eating and still gaining have you tried to focus on healthy foods from nature avoid proccessed foods . you really have to make changes that you can live with for life in order to get to a healthy weight .. I used to think I was hardly eating anything but I was the constant snacking I did was packing on the pounds ... Have you seen a doc to rule out any medical reasonsfor the extra weight? I found these 2 link very helpfull in my healthy journey
pick yourself up and get working out! Tell yourself you CAN do it! If you sit and tell yourself your depressed and you will fail that is exact ally what you will do. You need to have confidence in you!!!!!!!! Wake up with a new attitude!
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