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    I agree with everyone who said that this is a great thread. Thanks! I will be visiting often, loading day 2 today, after two rounds early last year. Lost 30 lb with injections, stabilized well for long time then really let myself go and gained back 16. But I am back and happy to be here! Feeling lucky not to be surrounded by temptation as many of you are. I really admire you!

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    Hey Randyellen! Thanks!!

    We are happy to have you and please feel free to share any stories!

    I am sooo beating the cheating today with customers sending us shortbread cookies and chocolate it is rough to walk past and get my water. But I have just been ignoring the little devils. haha


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    I can eat anything I want. I choose *not* to have that food because of what it does to my body!

    I heard this on a show about nutrition (can’t think of the title for the life of me). A guy was talking about how simple words can change our thinking and our outlook. A food is no longer “forbidden” it is simply something we chose not to eat at that time. It has been a tremendous help to me. That being said, I did *not* repeat that phrase before I ate that slice of pizza at lunch today. Tomorrow is a new day!
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    Lol. I love this thread. So my sister in law is over 200 lbs and she is completely against dieting. Idk, but she is. So now her only hope is to sabotage my diet. Last time I went to her house she practically begged me to eat a cookie. Then she was like, just have half of one. And I looked her in the eyes and I said thanks, but no. Maybe next time I come over. I don't plan to go there until this diet is over . She just got diagnosed with diabetes and I keep trying to talk her into going on a diet (hcg or anything else) but she refuses. Eh. Not my business. But no one is going to sabotage my diet; because my Victoria's Secret shopping cart is full of sexy new clothes!




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    I think one of the most important things to do, if possible, is avoid people who aren't supportive. That is extremely difficult if you LIVE with them, I know. I just live with my 20 year old son, so can dictate more (but he is considerate).

    Having someone eat an oatmeal pie, candy, or italian food near you is like trying to quit smoking and someone is blowing smoke in your face. I would try to escape: go for a walk, run an errand, take a hot shower, whatever it takes to distract myself and get away from the sight/smell of that food!

    Good luck everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXSweetcorn View Post
    Rather than rewarding myself with sweets, I am taking my rewards in the form of new clothes!
    That is a great idea! My idea was to reward myself for every 10lbs lost, but the reward had to be (of course) NON-food items: manicure, brow-threading, new shoes, pedicure, etc. I am only on P2 day 8 and have lost 9.5. I feel physically great and figure that these rewards will be a nice bonus to my appearance.

    This board is very encouraging.

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    Anyone want to revive this thread with me? I really like the concept.

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    Absolutely Natalie! Especially this time of year....

    I'd love to hear everyone's "beat the cheat" strategies. I'm still impressed by how many people find that will power is enough. Personally, I have learned never to rely on will power alone- I believe in planning. That means.... I plan dinners at home as often as possible rather than eating out. I even planned out my Thanksgiving holiday week so that I wouldn't gain a single pound: I purposely hosted Thanksgiving dinner (2 nights, back to back) and made sure the food I served was healthy and I followed each day with detox smoothies. I had everything that I wanted to have, but in very small amounts and I started with vegetables and salads. I still hit the pie and the Almond Milk Eggnog, but in the end... I am down a pound so I'm sitting proud.

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