About 2 years ago I was going thru a real bad time.I got super depressed and lost 25lbs no problem.Well,its now 2 years present and Ive gained it all back and then some.I knew it wasnt a healthy weight loss at the time.I wasnt even trying to lose weight.Im 45 yrs old and losing it I know I can do.Its the keeping it off is where I have the trouble.This is the heaviest Ive been and im so disgusted with myself.I think about it all the time.I hate going out cause i dont wanna bump into an old friend or something.Cause I just know the 1st thing going thru there mind id damn she got phat.Im open to any suggestions.Thank you for listening...AnnaView Thread
Thank You so much for responding.I do appreciate your input.And im gonna take your advice.One more question,if I could..I do not drink alot of water/enough water.And quite honestly I just dont care for it.But im getting use to grabbing a bottle of water insted of soda.My queston is.If I add some lemon to give it flavor?Is it still considered as good as water?Is there anything else I can add to water without hurting my water intake?View Thread
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