I’m told I make outrageous claims. Apparently, just because I’ve maintained a 125-pound weight loss for seven years, it doesn’t mean it’s realistic for others to do the same. Says who?
We all know someone who’s lost a significant amount of weight through diet and exercise. Maybe you’ve even had a bit of success at it, too.
But over the course of time, the weight creeps back on and one day, looking in the mirror (or step on the scale), you realize you’re back to where you started. It doesn’t mean that it’s an unrealistic way to live—it means something isn’t “clicking” for you.
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