Trying To Win The Battle


It is an uphill battle with losing weight my whole life. I have done numerous diets with minimal success, the last diet was Weight Watchers. I lost 30 lbs in total but gained it all due to working the evening/night shift. I feel so frustrated and sad, I have no energy and I feel now that I am an emotional eater. I just don't know what to do. I have joined the gym, but I still don't feel motivated. Sometimes I wish I can join those weight loss shows on television. I am still trying to get motivated and I would like to lose 80 lbs and one day run a marathon.

I have never been thin my whole life, and I'm not looking to be, but I would like to be in shape and develop a more athletic build. Thinking of what I can look like invades my thoughts. I am still trying to figure out and motivate myself but I fell I am still losing the battle.

nolia5 nolia5
26-30, F
1 Response Feb 15, 2010

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