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(no subject) [Feb. 1st, 2009|04:59 pm]
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does anyone have any ideas that can help me lose 16lbs in the next 21 days?
diet, exercise...etc?
id really appreciate it...my family has gotten really suspicious of my eating habits so i dont know if ill be able to totally fast.
thankss =]<3
also...what good diet pills are there for a good price...i dont have a job right now but i might start working at kate spade, but i still need a cheaper diet pill
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(no subject) [Dec. 28th, 2008|06:59 pm]
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  i did pretty good
we cleaned up all of the stuff in my basement and there was alot of work to be done and were not even half way done :)
my mom took me to starbucks tho =/
i onyl had a few sips of my caramel frappucino before i flushed it down the toilet =]
ive been living on sugarless mints all day

but my mom ordered chineese
but since she eats so fast ill prob be able to get away with a few bites and then say im stuffed then put it in the fridge and throw it away much later =]
i might have to purge but i really wanna start to leave my bulimic days behind me.....ashleigh told me that i had great teeth the other day and i wanna keep them like that =]
god i wish i still had my scales

ive decided that i dont wanna screw up my system and im only gunna take half of a laxitive every day for a week then take a week off; then a week on; then a week off........you get the picture

i wanna be down to 179 by NYEve cuz im going to lex's party and i think she has a scale in her bathroom that i could use
my mom is going to be out of the house tmw and tuesday so i could prob get my fasting done properly
plus ill be cleaning like woah so 2lbs is no biggie for 2 days =]
ap bio hw time =[=[=[

stay skinny and think think girls =]
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(no subject) [Dec. 27th, 2008|07:57 pm]
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 so we took all of the carpet out of my basement
all 940 square feet of it
im exausted but i know i burned some good calories there
but my mom forced me to eat dinner
and it was mac and cheese and fried fish :(
but then we went back to work so i think i burned most of it off
plus i purged a little bit even though i promised myself that i wouldnt purge for the next 2 weeks =/
oh well at least i didnt snack on anything
and i did alot of work in that basement
except i dont know how much i burned because my mom threw out my scales, i had 4 of them, and one of them tells you approx how much fat cals youve burned since your last weigh in.
ugh im really mad about that
but since shes telling me that i might not be able to go to the city with mike for his birthday i can prob save all of that money and get a new scale......

so while we were working i looked down and my theighs looks really small and it made me happy
i cant wait for my mom to go back to work and to stop harassing me to eat
since i suspect my dad is anorexic he wont give a damn if i never eat :)
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I'm ready! [Dec. 27th, 2008|08:43 am]
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[Current Mood |optimisticoptimistic]

Well, I'm gearing myself up for a regular workout schedule. I know it will be fairly easy for this week as I'm not working, but it will be hard when work kicks in after New Years. To help get motivated, I stepped on the dreaded scale. I'm so out of control it's pathetic. I weighed 193.6 this morning. I gained 35 lbs in the past 3 months while sick and on all those stupid meds (I was 157). I can't waste time whining about it, though - I can only focus on losing it and mini successes. My stats are this:

Age - 41.5
H - 5'5
CW (Current weight)- 193.6
LW (Lowest weight) - 118
HW (Highest weight) - 204 (240 preggers)
GW1 (Goal weight) - 180
GW2 - 170
GW3 - 160
GW4 - 150
UGW (Ultimate goal weight) - 118
UGW2 - 100
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(no subject) [Dec. 27th, 2008|12:41 am]
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 Hey im samantha mischelle :)
im 15, going to be 16 in February
im 5'8
my CW is 181 =[
my LW is 109
my HW is 185
my GW1 is 160
my GW2 is 135
my GW3 is 125
my UGW is 105 or less :)

a little info about moi:
i was bulimic for 2 yrs and i lost 75 pounds give or take
then i stopped watching my weight so much and i gained it all back in a year

my sweet sixteen is coming up and my mom has been nonstop bitching about my weight
ive decided how im going to proceed about this
im going to eat on M and F and purge all of those meals [no breakfast; small lunch and dinner]
Tu,Thur,Fri,Sat,Sun- strictly water and tea

but until january 5th im going to be fasting :)

i wanna be so skinny that my family is begging me to gain weight
but i wont do it
i wanna be a twig
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(no subject) [Sep. 3rd, 2008|08:01 pm]
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[Current Location |Home Sweet Home]
[Current Mood |contemplativecontemplative]

     Hi everyone! Here are my stat's-
H: 5"4
CW: 245 (?)
HW: 250
LW:  110 (in 2005)
GW: 200
GW: 175
GW: 150

I want to end up around 125 maybe a tad bit lighter..

My name is Fran I am 32 & from Connecticut. I am diagnosed as a COE/Binger/Sometime Purger/BDD

I also have a few psych issues tossed in & a former drug addiction sprinkled on top.

Tomorrow I got to get my 3 Wisdoms yanked. I am kinda lookin forward to it for 3 reasons-
2: PAIN...OOpsie-liquid diet=weight loss!!
3: Did I mention Pain Pills yet?? ;)

I am indulging for my "last meal". I am gonna have my Healthy Choice Panini & Mint Choco Chip Ice Cream. Yummo.

Off the topic how do u all post where u click on the words in parenthesis & it takes you to the longer post?? I have been asked to do it when I write a lot but I do not know how or even what the official term is called for it..


PS: Happy to be here & to meet ya'll :):):):)

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(no subject) [Aug. 4th, 2008|12:45 am]
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When living with an eating disorder you may face an especially difficult struggle to cope, since food is essential to survival. There's no avoiding it — you have to deal with food on a daily basis. Having an eating disorder and being overweight is a double whammy. So how do you cope with a serious condition that may also subject you to ridicule and scorn?

  • Ease up on yourself. Don't buy into your own self-criticism.
  • Identify situations that are likely to trigger thoughts or behavior that may contribute to eating binges so that you can develop a plan of action to deal with them.
  • Look for positive role models who can help lift your self-esteem, even if they're not easy to find. Remind yourself that the ultrathin models or actresses showcased in women's magazines or gossip magazines often don't represent healthy, realistic bodies.
  • If you're hiding your eating disorder from loved ones, try to find a trusted confidante you can talk to about what's going on. Together, you may be able to come up with some treatment options.
  • Try to find someone who can be your partner in the battle against binge eating — someone you can call on for support instead of bingeing.
  • Find healthy ways to nurture yourself by doing something just for fun or to relax, such as yoga, photography, meditation or simply a walk.
  • Consider journaling about your feelings and behaviors. Journaling can make you more aware of your feelings and actions, and how they're intertwined.
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Cali Pink [Aug. 3rd, 2008|09:32 pm]
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i just got this link in an email... i don't know if you are interested, but it is supposed to be an anti-sugar craving patch:

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diet pills [Aug. 1st, 2008|09:16 am]
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Has anyone tried any over the counter (non Rx diet pills)? if so which ones have worked best for you? I am looking to invest in some from GNC later today and need to know what brad to get. 
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6 tips for reducing stress [Jul. 31st, 2008|11:42 pm]
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6 Tips for Reducing Stress

If you are feeling stressed out and overwhelmed, it's time to take action. There are several simple steps you can take to battle the fatigue and anxiety caused by stress. Start by adding activities into your schedule that help you relax. Then try these six suggestions:
  • Get moving. Believe it or not, exercise not only helps relieve your tense muscles, but helps your mood too! Before and after your workout your body makes certain chemicals, called endorphins, which relieve stress and improve your mood.
  • Talk to friends. Talking to a friend can help you work through your stress. Find someone who will let you talk freely about your problems and feelings — it can do a world of good. It also helps to hear a different point of view, if your friend has one. And friends will remind you that you're not alone.
  • Talk to a therapist. A therapist can help you work through stress and find better ways to deal with problems. For more serious stress related disorders, like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), therapy can be helpful. There also are medications that can help ease symptoms of depression and anxiety and help you sleep better (poor sleep can be a contributor to stress or a side effect of it).
  • Compromise. Sometimes, it's not worth the stress to stand your ground in an argument. Give in once in awhile.
  • Write down your thoughts. Have you ever typed an email to a friend about your lousy day and felt better afterward? Writing is a good way to organize your thoughts and relieve anxiety. Grab a pen and paper (or sit at your keyboard) and write down what's going on in your life! Keeping a journal can be a great way to get things off your chest and work through issues.
  • Set limits. When it comes to the never-ending list of tasks you need to accomplish for your work and family, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Don't just race through the list as fast as you can. Instead, figure out how much you can realistically accomplish. There are only so many hours in the day. Set limits with yourself and others. Don't be afraid to say "No" to requests for your time and energy.
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