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So i joined here before surgery and since have seen so many pics and stories and think how the hell can you live in a body and not see a 20,30,70,100 lb weight change? I am still stalled i lost count of what number stall or how long this one is , but im starting to get the "hey you lost weight , you look great "comments. I look in the mirror and even though i see the scale changing and clothes fit different (same size as before i started) i feel the same amount of fat..and then i did a side by side...hw226,sw212,cw178 surgery 6/1post-269899-0-28528700-1475275212_thumb.jpg

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Congratulations! You look great !

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Thats the same problem I have. I feel like I'm not losing cause the scale isn't changing but my clothes fit differently and then I did a side by side and the difference is major. Our mindset needs to change I suppose

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Wow! You really do look amazing, congratulations. Now you just need to learn to see your accomplishment, because it really is, all for you!

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Just a few months... Awesome progress. Congrats!

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Congratulations! You look amazing and bet you feel terrific as well ;-)

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