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Hey Everyone, I havent been on much latley. I just wanted to post an update on my progress and new struggles as I just passed the 4month post-op mark. I am very pleased with my weight loss I am down 80lbs to 224lbs from my highest weight of 304lbs. My Birthday is exactly on one Month away and I am hoping to get down to 210-200lbs it’s a strech but anything is possible. I have new struggles latley. During the work week (Mon-Thurs) I do very well and eat 800 caolries and work out and burn off about 400 per day. On the weekends (Fri-Sun) I find it harder to stay on track…because I don’t have work to distract me. I track all I eat but still... Last night I felt so bad because I was watching a WWE PPV and ate 3 slices of a medium pizza! Yes… I ate 3 slices in less than 20mins!?! I felt sooo full and I was afraid that my sleeve was going to strech. I hope I didn’t do any damage because I know I should not be eatting that much….It was an eye opener for me to start my week off right. I am doing good so far today and I am ready to get back on track. Do any of you have experiences like that where you can eat an abnormally large amount of food? Not going to lie…Im still a bit shaken up about how I ate yesterday. I hope you all have a great week.

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One episode won't damage anything, but what have you learned and what will you do different? pizza is available everywhere and all the time. How will the "fat brain" try to get you to pizza out NEXT time???

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I have learned that if I will have pizza which I know I will again... I will only eat one slice. and I will enjoy it in smaller bites :)

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There is no one on this forum that has not slipped or ate things that we are not supposed to eat..There are some that graze all day because they have not got the brain fixed yet....You now know what you can do if you really want to. Now you need to make a plan and work it...Stay clear of pizza unless you learn to enjoy one slice and walk away..There are plenty of other foods that will take its place...

It is great that you are honest and seeking help....

Trigger foods are a real pain in the butt..So for now..stay clear until you can handle it....K

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progress and new struggles - down 80lbs

Robert Angel

nice to see you

glad you dropped in for some help/support

many (me) have slipped off the wagon on a "rare" ;) occasion

there are several "pizza" jokes here that are "seriously" asked

ie - 4 day poster will say I just had 2 slices of pizza :o

was that ok, do you think i hurt my sleeve?? :o:D

4 months PO you have done terrific being down 80 lbs :)

its good that you realize you shouldn't have had those 3 slices of pizza - in 20 minutes too!!! OMG

little shaken up, feeling little guilty - go with those feelings, really!!!!

that will help you/me/us to stay focused and on plan - drink our Water, all that good stuff we must follow

you are aware and know that you must get back on that wagon

"eyeopeners" can be good - sounds like it helped you

whenever you think of doing 3 slices of pieces - KNOCK IT OFF!!!! GET OVER IT!!! :D

for me and possibly others, weekends can be harder than during the week

no good help on that, except trying to stay busy

maybe tie your hands behind your back!!! :lol:

its good you are tracking et al

now hear me loud and clear!!!!!

no more large silly amounts of any food, or you'll have to face me!!!! :o :D

btw come around the neighborhood more often on a sunny/rainy/cloudy/and day :)

kathy

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Thank you! I laughed so hard at the Tie my hands behind my back part! I am ready to put this all behind me focus on my goal weight. I think I will focus on how it made me feel afterward more than anything...I felt so nasty after it all settled ugh.

progress and new struggles - down 80lbs

Robert Angel

nice to see you

glad you dropped in for some help/support

many (me) have slipped off the wagon on a "rare" ;) occasion

there are several "pizza" jokes here that are "seriously" asked

ie - 4 day poster will say I just had 2 slices of pizza :o

was that ok, do you think i hurt my sleeve?? :o:D

4 months PO you have done terrific being down 80 lbs :)

its good that you realize you shouldn't have had those 3 slices of pizza - in 20 minutes too!!! OMG

little shaken up, feeling little guilty - go with those feelings, really!!!!

that will help you/me/us to stay focused and on plan - drink our Water, all that good stuff we must follow

you are aware and know that you must get back on that wagon

"eyeopeners" can be good - sounds like it helped you

whenever you think of doing 3 slices of pieces - KNOCK IT OFF!!!! GET OVER IT!!! :D

for me and possibly others, weekends can be harder than during the week

no good help on that, except trying to stay busy

maybe tie your hands behind your back!!! :lol:

its good you are tracking et al

now hear me loud and clear!!!!!

no more large silly amounts of any food, or you'll have to face me!!!! :o :D

btw come around the neighborhood more often on a sunny/rainy/cloudy/and day :)

kathy

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We will all fall off the wagon. But I don't plan to stay on the ground!!!! I will jump back up and keep on losing!!!! Happy New Year!!!

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THAT'S The Spirit, Linda!!!!!

We will all fall off the wagon. But I don't plan to stay on the ground!!!! I will jump back up and keep on losing!!!! Happy New Year!!!

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