OK, so I had a physical today, and although I feel the need to lose aobut 80 pounds, my PCP (Primary care physician) feels I only need to lose about 40. MY BMI is 36 - ZOINKS - that's 4 points shy of surgery folks. I'd NEVER do the surgery, and I know it's worked for some people, so I'm not judging, I'm just saying, I'D never do it.
OK internet, I need some help here. I've done OA, and I lost 125 pounds, and then quit smoking and went on fertility drugs, and gained about 60 back. I've been doing a half ass job at Weight Watchers, but I DO work out, and I love it. But I've been hovering at this current weight for about a year, and I'm sick of it.
I SO UNDERSTAND how to lose weight: "Eat less, move more." I have the "move more" part down pat, but who wants to move in and be my personal chef and hand slapper and ego stroker, saying "Shelli, you are good enough as you are, you don't need that 1 point only 70 calorie fudgicle to feel better..."
See how hard it is? When it's only one point?