How do you find the will power?

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Jan 22, 2014 5:25am
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I do so good eating healthy for a week or so and then one day I can't help it no more.... Then afterwards I feel bad and wanna give up.

22 Jan
Remember loosing is not easy gaining is so easy! I always tell myself if it taste good don't put it in your mouth lol! Stick with smaller portions instead of just 3 big meals!
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Jan 22, 2014 5:31am
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I like to look at the progress and think that all that is going to waste  if i quit

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Jan 22, 2014 5:36am
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I did that.  I had actually lost 5 pounds in 4 days and then I ate bad.  I didn't really quit it is just after that I didn't have the motivation anymore.

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Jan 22, 2014 5:37am
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Slip-ups happen and you should accept that it is perfectly normal. Just pick up where you left off and don't dwell on it. Focus on how eating healthy makes you feel good about yourself and tell yourself #justdoit! Goodluck!!

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Jan 22, 2014 5:41am
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It doesn't help either when I'm the only one strict about the diet.... I got someone always mentioning to me about going out to eat and talking about fattening food....  Its hard to turn it down and I wish it was easy

25 Jan
I live in the south. Talk about pressure!"!:-)
25 Jan
I live in the south to... Florida....
25 Mar
A smaller portion .... I just eat slow. But, have an occasional small cheat.
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38 Posts
Jan 22, 2014 5:42am
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Thank you.....  It's nice to have support on my side for once

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Jan 22, 2014 1:41pm
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You should let that person know that you're goal is to lose weight and when they ask you to go out to eat fatty foods, it's not helping. Keep in mind of your goal. Any mention of fatty foods, remind yourself your long time goal! You can do it!

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Jan 22, 2014 1:42pm
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Thank you....  I just need to stick with it and don't give up...

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Jan 22, 2014 1:45pm
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You should constantly keep on mind your goal. The desired weight that you would like to be. Picture yourself with the body you want, set the goal, and achieve it. Always keep that picture of your dream body on the inside of your eyelids.

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Jan 22, 2014 8:35pm
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Don't be on a strict diet. Then when you do give up to temptations you'll be all over the place taking your taste buds on he ride of their life. Just have things in moderation. Plus if you're barely beginning to lose weight it's easier to have a cheat day so you won't have like a cheat week. Been there

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Jan 22, 2014 9:01pm
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I  would just like to say, that if you have it set in yr mind you can do it and will do it, all you have to do is eat healthy even when you go to these places, there has to be healthy options on the menu even if its a chicken burger minus the bun....you know what I'm saying it's up to you to take control of it and mabe your determination will help curb the other people into a healthier lifestyle as far as eating mabe take walks at night together etc. etc. you understand keep up your willpower and set small goals in the long run it is all worth it...A healthier and happier you, and that's what matters..

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Jan 25, 2014 1:34am
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That is sooooo normal even for the fitness competitors.  I like to endulge one meal a week and through out the week maybe a piece of dark chocolate here and there or a rice cake with natural peanut butter and sprinkle a tablespoon crushed chocolate chips. This way I don't feel so deprived that I completely loose it
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