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  • v CHELSEAJ11
    hey!
    looks like we're in the same boat, ive never been thin either, and i cant wait to see what it feels like. Im a big binge/purge and i cant wait to get that aspect out of my life. If you ever want to talk im right here!
    :]
    -chels
    4089 days ago
  • v FIONA1331
    College is definitely a challenge haha! I lost 10 pounds first semester but some of it was not done healthily I have to admit. I actually gained some back and plateaued for a while when I started eating enough but I've started loosing again (the right way this time) so I'm happy...I'm just trying to be moderate: working out 4-5 times a week with at least 3 days of strength training and eating healthy. I'd like to do more but school work keeps me pretty busy.

    How are you doing with balancing school and fitness? Got any good strategies?
    4093 days ago
  • v no profile image KELLYBEAR9108
    I just technically joined the diet program "Jenny Craig." They have me eating only their food for now, but they are gradually gonna make me eat my own food, so it's basically just like having a diet counselor for 2 years (approximately).
    4097 days ago
  • v DEMURALIST
    I saw your comment on Terri's blog and wanted to let you know that if you talked to your parents more about wanting to be healthy and did not mention weight so much they would likely get onboard. I have a 16 year old and I am thrilled that she chooses to eat healthfully, but at any point that she seems to be focused on weight loss I start to get worried. There is so much in the press about anorexia and so many of her friends that have it, it makes a parent worry and keep close tabs.

    I am not telling you to hide the idea of losing weight from your parents, I am actually advising you to focus on healthy eating and a reasonable amount of movement and the weight loss will happen without you having to focus on it specifically.

    Good Luck.
    4117 days ago
  • v TERRIDACTYL23
    Thank you LeahKitty. What a compliment!

    I feel for you, but believe me, your parents really do want what's best for you. They might just not KNOW how wonderful it is to eat living foods. I didn't know for 44 years. I raised my girls on junk food, and now it's difficult for them to change their ways. It is difficult for me too, but I'll keep practicing until I get it right.

    Here is a cool video to help motivate you, and maybe you can show it to your parents. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3xO
    U2tLl7g

    4118 days ago
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