Welcome back to Spark People. Depression is a terrible thing and it makes it most difficult to be motivated. However, if you start off with manageable baby steps and build yourself up to doing more, going farther eating healthier, you will find success with your goals.
Wishing you all the best.
Susan from Welland Ontario CANADA
I REACHED my GOAL! I FOUGHT for it! I WILL NOT give it up! NOTHING will prevent me from maintaining my HEALTH!
285 Maintenance Weeks
Fitness Minutes: (215,632)
20,093 2/6/20 8:17 P
You have been here before so you know what to do. Read and comment of blogs, be active on Spark Teams and use the Nutrition and Fitness Trackers. Members are always here to support and motivate you. Just take it one day/ one step at a time. I do suggest you make your Spark Page public so members can leave encouraging comments.
Best of luck as you continue your Spark journey.
Edited by: LIVINHEALTHY9 at: 2/6/2020 (20:18)
Jackie Northern Ky.
"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another." -Charles Dickens (1812-1870)
"Most people don't change until the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of changing."
Hi I've been a member for a long time. I lost weight and was happy. I moved to East Coast and gain weight. I'm disguised with it. More than 100 pounds. I'm want to lose weight. I will see a nutritionist and maybe join a gym. Problem is my motivation. I have depression and have no motivation. I hope I will lose the weight. Also hard to give up sweets and I did it before I can do it again.