Monday, September 17, 2012

Feeling Defeated...

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"Being defeated is only a temporary condition. 
Giving Up is what makes it permanent!"
~ Marilyn Von Savant

Weight loss this week - 0 lbs.
Weight loss total -  38 lbs.

A couple of weeks ago I was so close to my goal. My goal weight is 120 lbs. I was at 126.8 lbs. So close. I am now back to 130 lbs. A few back steps to say the least. I am not one happy camper. I feel so close yet so defeated. They do say the closer you are to your goal the harder it gets to achieve it. I am at that point. 
I've already kicked up my workout a notch, but now I really have to buckle down and real watch what we eat. Yes I'll admit it I did side step and I'm regret doing it. That extra ice cream bar or that extra serving of mostacholi is now making me pay dearly. 

What do you do when you feel defeated? I could really use some ideas on how to shed the last 10 lbs that I need. I hope everyone has a great week this week. I will leave comment love tonight. 

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  1. I am very forgiving of myself so I'm not as prone to feeling defeated. No offense, I know that sounds like I'm saying I'm awesome, but I'm far from it, trust me. If you're feeling defeated, I'm guessing that means a lot of negative self-talk is happening and taking care of that first will give you a boost to feeling less defeated :)

  2. You gotta just own up that you're human, and well, crap happens. DON'T GIVE UP !!! Take a big deep breath and.. well, JUST KEEP SWIMMING! You can do this!

    Wendy @

  3. I think forgiving yourself is the first step. Like Wendy said, you are only human and stuff happens.

    You've done amazing and you are going to do amazing and reach that goal!!

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