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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Hello all. I haven't blogged in a couple of months but have logged in here daily to track food and excercise and to read how everyone is doing. I reached my goal weight in the middle of September and have been on maintenance. I am still losing weight though I am trying to stay in a 3 pound range of my goal. I have gone 6 lbs. below my goal at some points. It is hard to find the right balance for me. I am pretty thin and have had long ongoing struggles with an eating disorder for 35 years. It is difficult for me to not become obsessed with food and excercise. I am in therapy but that has never really helped me battle the demons in my head. I have been at a much lower weight than I am at now and was hospitalized many times with life threatening complications. I am trying to find my peace day by day. It is hard. I hope you all can find your peace as well. My husband and I took a trip to NH. yesterday to see the Fall foliage. Such a beautiful day. God bless.
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    Stay strong Hun! You look great and will soon feel great. Knowing your battle is the first step in taking control.
    1190 days ago
    Bless your heart. Eating disorders are the pits. Mine was diet/binge. It had nearly ruined my health. But I am conquering the "malady" with faith in God and prayer. The more I accept myself as imperfect and love myself anyway the more progress I make. You can do it too sweetie. God bless you.
    1335 days ago
    You are doing great! Staying in a range is a healthy attitude :)
    1352 days ago
    It is indeed a beautiful day!
    May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace.

    1358 days ago
    I pray you find peace inner peace and are able to maintain your ideal weight with grace and ease.
    1371 days ago
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