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Nelley

669d

How do you stay happy when you feel like you can't eat anything?

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    • Tobydottir

      664d

      I used to feel that way, so I understand the struggle. But, I would like to live a longer life filled with the love of my husband, adopted daughters, two dogs, and a spoiled cat than eat things that make me unhealthy and shorten my life.

    • Tobydottir

      664d

      I used to feel that way, so I understand the struggle. But, I would like to live a longer life filled with the love of my husband, adopted daughters, two dogs, and a spoiled cat than eat things that make me unhealthy and shorten my life.

    • gulfcoastchic83

      666d

      My faith and my church family being huge supporters is what keeps me motivated and not feeling down

    • Penny929

      669d

      I used to think the same thing for 6 weeks I cleaned out my covers and never cheated and ate everything like I was supposed to. Then I slowly added items that were only if he list that had some sugar in him

      • Nelley

        669d

        @Penny929 I do my best to eat low carb, low sugar diet & it just still feeks limiting. Especially in a world were restaurants, bars, birthday parties, are sugar/salt loaded which makes me sad and think can I go anywhere/ eat anything. I do try to stay positive regardless it just certain days I want cake! Lol

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