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  1. Aquatica's Avatar
    You got this AimMee, you can get back on track!
  2. prdreams@aol.com's Avatar
    Hi AimMee....we have been through this before! I have not been on the blogs much because they were just not the same as they were way back in 2011!!!!! I cant explain why but the feeling of "family" just was not the same, so I rarely post...but seeing you and curvygirl again makes me want to say hi! I started another round 9 days ago and am down 14 pounds and 4.5 inches (I only take measurements once a week so who knows what the inches are today). We all know this diet works, we just have to work with it! Have a great round and know that you have friends out here! Good luck
  3. missesrita's Avatar
    Wishing you a GREAT 2015! I was on these daily when i first started on HCG back in 2010. Got to my goal weight, got more active, haven't been on the boards either, but ... it's that time again for me as well. Time for new year, another round or 2 and get back down to where I should be. Between hormones and working from home full time, i've gained. New year, new goals, new challenges, and bags of clothes that i'd like to fit into again! Good luck!
  4. Joyishappee's Avatar
    Good luck!! Don't worry about others. It's your time to shine!! Xo Joy
  5. Jarret's Avatar
    If you do have any issues with members please let me know and I can take a look into it
  6. LovesMeSausagePibble's Avatar
    I'm a newbie to the diet and the boards so I can't speak for the experience of the boards changing here. Having been a regular on forums that had a dramatic shift, I can understand the frustration at the loss of a community you devoted a lot of time to.

    I'm not really active on the forums here although I do go to them to search out answers to my questions as they arise or to find new recipes. It doesn't seem to be particularly active on the boards.

    I am posting weekly in the blogs and find that that is helpful to my journey. I hope you'll have a better web experience with the blogs. Hurray for you taking the initiative to take back control of your health. I wish you much success!
  7. alaskamom's Avatar
    AimMee,

    I am sorry to hear this. I am not on here a lot, just once a day usually. You have been an inspiration to me on these boards. You comment on my blog posts and are always encouraging. When I see your Name attached to a comment or post I always read it.
    Thank you for being a kind person.
    I wish you the best of luck and I would love to keep in touch.

    Alaskamom Kristin
  8. beachbaby12345's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by mraven99
    Hey try the Cali kicker it really really worked for me. I was stalling like crazy then tried it and was down 2 pounds waited a opulent days did it again down 1 pound. Might try it tonight again we will see. But let me warn u it is strong!!!!! And hot !!!!!
  9. AimMee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Jarret
    Sorry to hear you're having issues with some parts of the forum. Have you considered creating a group on here? There are quite a few of them and you can make it private so that only certain people can join.

    That way, if you have other members that you've become friends with you can still chat with them about how things are going.

    Anyways, just a suggestion.

    Thank you for your time so far and whatever help you've provided other members, it is what makes this forum work
    Thanks for your message, Jarret. Yes, I've considered it. I've considered a number of things. In fact, it's largely the reason I'd taken to "blogging" rather than participating in threads. My heart just isn't in it any more. I appreciate all the hard work you put into maintaining this site - it's definitely a great resource. It's just not my M.O. for the time being. I'm sure I'll lurk from time to time, as I had for quite some time before I ever registered or posted. Thank you for what you do, J!
  10. AimMee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by AbsAgain
    I haven't met one know-it-all yet. Guess I got lucky. I sure appreciate any information anyone has to share with the group and will take what I can use and leave the rest.

    This is a TERRIFIC forum, IMO, and I hope people share whatever they want to share and don't hold back! Please keep posting! You're all keeping me sane and helping me change my thinking about food.
    I'm glad you've been having a great experience. There are some great folks around here. Best of luck to you!
  11. AbsAgain's Avatar
    I haven't met one know-it-all yet. Guess I got lucky. I sure appreciate any information anyone has to share with the group and will take what I can use and leave the rest.

    This is a TERRIFIC forum, IMO, and I hope people share whatever they want to share and don't hold back! Please keep posting! You're all keeping me sane and helping me change my thinking about food.
  12. Jarret's Avatar
    Sorry to hear you're having issues with some parts of the forum. Have you considered creating a group on here? There are quite a few of them and you can make it private so that only certain people can join.

    That way, if you have other members that you've become friends with you can still chat with them about how things are going.

    Anyways, just a suggestion.

    Thank you for your time so far and whatever help you've provided other members, it is what makes this forum work
  13. AbbyGJ's Avatar
    It is what it is. If you are going to cheat, might as well enjoy it! Don't beat yourself up now or at the end.
  14. AimMee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by AbsAgain
    Nice to hear you're less stressed. I'd be very interested in knowing how long it will take you to drop the 3 lbs. It'll help me determine if it's worth it to cheat. A mom of little ones on this sight had a glass of wine to keep her sanity and was glad she did it. If I didn't have to check in with my doctor every single day I'd feel freer to experiment, but he makes me tell him what I ate when I gain more than .4 lbs. in a day. However, I did lose 25 lbs. with his help last round, so that accountability really paid off.

    The short answer is no. The cheating is never worth it. While I'm in a completely weird mood today, I'm sure that the time will come (sooner rather than later) that I'll be annoyed that I allowed myself to not only cheat, but set myself back three pounds - especially so close to the end of p2 when the likelihood is that it won't drop back off. I'm sure I'll be pissed if/when I end this round a mere 5 pounds below my LIW from last round. When you look at it that way, enduring 40 days hardly seems worth it.
  15. AbsAgain's Avatar
    Nice to hear you're less stressed. I'd be very interested in knowing how long it will take you to drop the 3 lbs. It'll help me determine if it's worth it to cheat. A mom of little ones on this sight had a glass of wine to keep her sanity and was glad she did it. If I didn't have to check in with my doctor every single day I'd feel freer to experiment, but he makes me tell him what I ate when I gain more than .4 lbs. in a day. However, I did lose 25 lbs. with his help last round, so that accountability really paid off.
    Updated February 13th, 2014 at 08:39 AM by AbsAgain
  16. AbsAgain's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by mraven99
    I have reached my milestone as well. 149.2. Woohoo.
    Congrats to you, too! Wow, I haven't seen the 140s in decades.

    How do the 140s FEEL? Can you believe how good you look in the mirror? I'm 5' 8.5" and would be happy at 155. 140 sounds little.
  17. AimMee's Avatar
    I haven't measured in the past week or so. The measurements in this round haven't been overly encouraging. They're going down little by little, which is definitely a plus, but noticeably enough that it makes my day. Once I slip down into another size again, regardless of the number of the scale, I'm sure I'll have another wave of delight come over me!

    Quote Originally Posted by 2014nycme
    The numbers from the scale do not always motivate me... are your measurements showing better progress? I know that for me, regardless of what the scale tells me, slipping into the next size down is proof enough for me that I have been successful! Hang in!
  18. AimMee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by mraven99
    You are strong!!!!! I am already cutting my 40 day round short and feel like cutting it even shorter. This round has been my hardest as well just emotionally mainly. I don't think I'm going to do another round as well. I feel like u and I are on the same ride. It will. E over soon. Hang in there.
    Thanks. I don't think there's any shame in cutting your round short if it's what's best for you. It can definitely be an emotional rollercoaster... and when it get's to a certain point, it's not worth the stress any more. Besides, they say stress impacts our losses! I'm hanging in there for now. Best of luck to you as you transition to P3!
  19. 2014nycme's Avatar
    The numbers from the scale do not always motivate me... are your measurements showing better progress? I know that for me, regardless of what the scale tells me, slipping into the next size down is proof enough for me that I have been successful! Hang in!
    Updated February 12th, 2014 at 08:10 AM by 2014nycme
  20. mraven99's Avatar
    You are strong!!!!! I am already cutting my 40 day round short and feel like cutting it even shorter. This round has been my hardest as well just emotionally mainly. I don't think I'm going to do another round as well. I feel like u and I are on the same ride. It will. E over soon. Hang in there.
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