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    Re: Tell us your good news....

    My good news is that most people are being sensible and staying home; those who have to work are being treated kindly and respectfully.
  2. Thread: staying in

    by AnnieG
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    Re: staying in

    FYI on the weight gain, stress does release cortisol (not a myth, lol) and it causes both water & weight retention. Our bodies are looking for equilibrium.

    I am a bored eater as well, but...
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    Re: Update: Kristi7928 - PRAYERS needed

    Luann, I have 3 biological daughters and four "adopted" ones, including Kristi. :)
  4. Thread: Hey!

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    Re: Hey!

    It's a very supportive group with lots of information both before, during and after.
    Yes, be safe! Good decision!
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    Re: Update: Kristi7928 - PRAYERS needed

    ALL - I've passed on good wishes, and Kristi says to thank all of you so much. Luann, while I'd be delighted if she were my daughter (and she does call me MA), it's rather an unofficial...
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    Re: Eating Enough and Exercise.

    what dutchie said <3
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    Re: Hilsey - New member

    Welcome! It's never too late to chose best health! This is a great place for help. The search tool works well if you have questions, as well as posting.
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    Re: Tell us your good news....

    I've rather wondered how I will pry myself out of the house -- however, I am missing face-to-face especially with my "adult children". We are going to use ZOOM so I can put mom's eyes on them.
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    Re: Update: Kristi7928 - PRAYERS needed

    UPDATE: Kristi came through surgery well; she is relatively comfortable, but lots of pain meds.

    Downside is no visitors, but since she has lupus its probably good. I will keep y'all updated and...
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    Shape shifting - LOL

    No, not a new psychic skill. Apparently even when I keep my calories & activity at the same level, the percentage of any type of card causes a "shapeshift", not in a good way.

    I wonder if part of...
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    Update: Kristi7928 - PRAYERS needed

    Kristi had a fairly serious car accident last week and has surgery going on right now. Her femur is broken in two places, and with her paraplegia, they have to pin not cast. In addition, she has...
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    Re: Tell us your good news....

    Best news is so far, all our family, close & extended are well. We range from Canada to Mexico, to Switzerland and everywhere in between. So grateful for all the technology that lets us stay in...
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    Re: Nearly out of the 300's

    Wow! You are on the way for sure. Congratulations on working with your sleeve with so much success.
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    Re: Hi guys, long time no see...

    Dutchie, so glad to see you back and congratulations on your new home.
    Yes, Covid-19 is serious. I see it as getting a tornado watch saying it's your street, since I'm in the high risk group. But...
  15. Thread: Hello Everyone

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    Re: Hello Everyone

    Best thing is we have learned! We can change! You're in the right place.
  16. Thread: Newbie here

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    Re: Newbie here

    KiwiGal and I are at the same place, and I truly echo her thoughts. A wonderful group.

    Use the magnifying search glass by topic and it's wonderfully helpful to find particular topic!
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    Re: Food Relationship Question - POST Sleeve

    There is certainly comfort that I'm normal, lol, at least in some respects.

    I don't understand the wild fluctuation, but am getting more comfortable that it will NOT lead to a return of fatness. ...
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    Food Relationship Question - POST Sleeve

    I am not quite 3 years post-sleeve. My question and request for comment is about my/our relationship with food post sleeve.

    I have definitely NOT had any hunger since sleeve. None. Ever. I think...
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    Re: Quote of the Day

    It's a wonderful tool. But just like a hammer, it depends on how you use and how accurate it is. And you can use it to build, or destroy....
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    Re: When does it end?

    Bless your heart! YES it gets way better. About 4 weeks out. NO, lipo is not a great answer. Did you know if you have it and gain weight, it goes to other places? That is, if it was on your stomach...
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    Re: First big gain, please help!

    I'm 2 3/4 years out, and still track my food and weight daily. For me, a normal fluctuation over a week is 1-4 pounds. What I've found that changes that is sleep, water, and of course, an occasional...
  22. Thread: 5 years out

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    Re: 5 years out

    I'm with you on that on, Sharon! We really invested in my health, lol!
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    Re: 5 years out

    I think don't get over confident that my relationships with food is always on target works for me.
    Yes, I have the occasional exception to the healthy rule.

    My renewed health at almost 68 is...
  24. Thread: weight gain

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    Re: weight gain

    Agree with really measuring and weighing food - as you "relearn" eating, it's easy to have a heavy thumb, lol.
    Be sure you are getting your water, your protein, and healthy vegetables before eating...
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    Re: Not following the "diet"

    I agree - I struggle to keep my weight where it needs to be. I don't know that I eat more at one time, but I'm still never hungry. So I worry about my blood sugar dropping, and try to remember to...
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