1. I can empathize. I had lost a lot of weight before the pandemic. Then I had a miscarriage and fell into a depression. I gained all of the weight back. I just rejoined the gym and I'm starting over again. I will never give up.

  2. You’ve lost 200 before?!? How incredible!! By my math, you’re 122lbs ahead of where your started before so you can definitely do 78lbs. You’ve done it before, so you know what to do. You’ve got this.

  3. First of all, do not feel guilty. Life happens we go through stressful events, depression anxiety, health issues etc. You won’t remain the same weight throughout your life. You’ve had an awful few months but the positive is that you’ve realised what’s happened and you can get back on track.

  4. I regained all the weight I'd lost, so I had to start from scratch. You don't!! You already know what do do, You got this!

  5. You’re human and things were really hard. It’s ok. You know how to do it. You can do it again. Those 78lbs say nothing about your worth as a person. You’re still important and valuable and deserving of a partner who doesn’t cheat. You totally can do this!

  6. It's okay. You're human. We all are. I gained 240lbs after my Mom died. I'm down 210lbs currently. You've got this. Lose it again. You will be stronger mentally after that time. You only fell off the tracks. You can get back on anytime you want to! I've had multiple setbacks. A car accident through no fault of my own and various other injuries slowed my progress for nearly two years. Never stop moving forward. As long as we are alive then we have a chance to change our lives.

  7. EVERYBODY gained weight over the last two years of the pandemic. Don't beat yourself up. Little lifestyle changes (in my case, not walking to the train and office each day, and an extra beer or two each day) meant 30 pounds slowly creeped onto my arse. I have a closet full of suits I can't wear. It took two years to get here. It will take two years to get back. Eat aware, do a bit more exercise every day. Don't crash diet. You'll be fine. I'm sorry for your loss. Take all the time you want. Just make the small changes necessary to move slowly in the direction you want. Marathon. Not sprint.

  8. You broke off with a cheater & got your self respect back. You're going to make a comeback on your weight loss, too. I believe in you!

  9. It takes a lot of time and hard work to build health habits so don't beat yourself yourself up if it takes a while to rebuild them again. You did it once and you can do it again. Keep moving forward. Small goals add up. Have confidence in yourself. You are not alone in having this experience during the pandemic. Don't let it defeat you.

  10. Life hits you hard sometimes and so sorry for your losses. But you got this. Take baby steps. Everyday is chance to keep moving forward. Shine bright 🌞.

  11. You've had to go through a lot of trauma these past few years. Don't let yourself become a bully to yourself, you'll only make it worse. You deserve kindness and compassion, and you deserve to acknowledge how AMAZING it is that you were able to make it out alive :) you are amazing. You can start in your self care journey (weightloss journey) now

  12. Same finally weighed myself and it was not pretty. I gained what i had lost and more. Time to turn it around!!

  13. If you're motivated that's already a great start. I've also regained A LOT of hard lost weight and I can emphasize with you. I really do. I just started a few weeks ago. I need to lose at least 100 lbs AGAIN. It's going to take a while but I have to. We have to. Once you'll start losing the first few pounds you'll feel better and you'll only want to move forward. Good luck, you got this 👍👍👍

  14. I had lost 45 before pandemic really got started good. I havent gain alot of it back but I havent lost any more either. Time to get disciplined and start losing again. You can do it! And so can I

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