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6 months on.. disappointed.

.Kylie.

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So im 6 months on, wow it honestly feels like last month i was going through all that terrible pain and post op dealio.

Back to the surgeon today to find i had put on 100 grams.. "not bad" in the eyes of most. Disgusting in mine. A whole month of no weightless with + 100 grams.

Anyway, saw the dietician.. we made a new food plan for the 100th time? Not really, but it honestly feels like it. When ever i see her its all we do because every time i do see her iv slipped off the wagon.

Bad habits have been slowly creeping back in, this consists of lollies, chocolates and chips when ever i please. Goodbye to those. Plus no exercise. Good mixture!

Saw the doctor and we discussed what we discuss every time, also. Slipped off the wagon, why? because i have gone back to my old habits and I'm lazy. Anyway... to make me feel some what better he explain i had lost 74% of my weight and usually once you get to around the 80% mark it becomes increasingly difficult, yes it sure does!

I then slipped out that i want to get to at least 68-70kgs and he basically, well in my eyes/ears told me i was dreaming. He calculated that getting to that weight for my weight/height would mean loosing 130% of my body weight, he said he has only seen about 10 people come through the clinic and reach 130% or more of there total weightloss. He didn't say it is impossible but he said it would be beyond difficult. That has kinda put a damper on everything for me.. because getting to 75kg's just isn't enough for me..

Anyway back to the regime of eating smaller portions, going through the pantry and fridge and throwing all crap in the bin and actually getting off my butt and doing some exercise... JOY!

Time to snap out of it and get positive.. i can and i will do this.



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Oh Kylie I can't believe you feel this way! I quietly watch your success from the wings and look at your results with the greenest of eyes! You've done SO well on your journey so far, and sometimes our bodies (and heads) just need to catch up. I was banded on 7th Nov and have had no where near the sucess you have, you are doing really really well! I'll bet even the slip ups you have had are nothing compared to days of old.

I'm sure I'm not the only one here you've inspired, please don't feel down!! xx

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Hey Kylie...You should not be disappointed you have done so well and have

been an inspiration to so many on this site.I believe if you put your mind to it you can do it..you can do it.

New start,,new day..moving on..

Hugs

Josie

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thanks everyone it really means a lot!. I'm feeling more positive tonight. Was very much down in the dumps earlier today. I just want to be there already!!

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Why not break the next part of your journey up into smaller bites (pardon the pun). If 75kg is the doctors goal...work on getting to that. Once you are there then you can decide if you want to keep going.

In just a few weeks we'll be doing lots of exercise...10 weeks of it!! Might be just what you need and it will be fun :)

S

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Hi Kylie,

My starting weight was 112kgs. Unfortunately I too had the same reaction from my doctor, when I told him I wanted to get down to 60-65kgs he scoffed at me and said "there is no way you can get down to that weight, the lowest you should get is about 70-75kgs". I left his office feeling upset that I would never get to be in the 60kg weight mark. But then I became a little angry at him for saying this to me and I developed this screw him attitude and vowed to prove him wrong. I ended up weighing at my lowest 63kgs and today I weigh 64kgs. Needless to say I always joke with him that he should never have said I would never reach MY goal, but in saying that he was the one who spurned me on to prove him wrong. Keep working on your goals because you never know what you will achieve.

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