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    cej250 posted:
    Having problems getting there since I just started. One day at a time is tough for me but I am determined to lose the pounds. I guess you all have a long ways to go I just don't feel like I am along in this struggle which is good. I just like to share my feelings with the group since this is my first day starting. Open to any suggestions of ways to make it easier I welcome.
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    susiemargaret responded:
    hello, C --

    good for you for getting started! one day's worth of work on losing weight is one more day than no days worth of work on losing weight, so you should be proud of yourself.

    if you have not already done so, you might want to post in one of the weight-loss communities here; you can find a list of them at http://exchanges.webmd.com/exchangesearch?query=weight (there are two pages).

    good luck to you -- susie margaret


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