Provoking thoughts from a mostly quiet girl who usually keeps to herself.....well other than her opinions!
You tell them girl! I remember when I did WW the first time so was my work social network since it was an at-work program. When that ended I went to other meetings and later, my work site changed. By then I was at Lifetime so it did not matter. I did not really have a family to cook for. But, in time I gained the weight back. No ones fault but mine. I got lazy. I wanted to eat what I wanted to eat. In some ways it started to be the only attention I got from my ex-husband and in other ways it helped me to feel better when all the back/hip issues started to happen so I resorted back to my childhood addiction of food.When I went back to WW last year I had a whole new social network and everyone questioned me and my choices. Everyone has an answer. " I saw on this show", "I read in this book", "I found this I am trying in this issue of blah blah magazine." And that's fine. Maybe it motivates them and it works for them. But, it obviously does not work for me. WW is the only thing that has ever helped me to lose weight. Its not a diet. Its is the ONLY commercial program that is not a DIET. There are no foods you have to or can't eat. Its basically glorified calorie counting, but I find it much easier.The way I see it, until people have walked a mile in my shoes they do NOT know what is best for me. Love ya girl, you just keep on trucking. I am so very proud of you!
Think Out Loud!