It will eat you
Hi! I am new here and am now following your blog. It is so inspiring to meet others striving to be healthier. Please feel free to pop by my blog sometime. I am new and would love another follower!Hope you're weigh in wasn't as bad as you expected. Tomorrow is always a new day :)http://losingoverhalfofme.blogspot.com
I say go, face the scale. Why not...you might learn something NEW at the meeting or meet someone NEW to help inspire you! :)
You need to go sweetie! It will be rough but you will feel better for going.
Please go! You might be surprised, plus it is so important to keep on track in the early days. I felt bloated and puffy and was tempted to skip last weeks (ONLY FOR A MILLISECOND, I love it too much to miss it) and then i went and found out i had lost 3lbs! Please go tonight, i know you wil get strength and help from your meeting xxlesley
Aw it'll be fine. Nobody is going to fault you for a gain. You might get some inspiration!
If it is a gain, it's temporary. Injuries are tough. The first time I did WW, I sprained my knee in the middle of it. No workouts for me. And I ate a lot of sugar. Something about injuries make my body want sugar. [normally I'm not a big sugar fan].I still lost weight. I didn't go to my meetings tho. Cause I was in a splint and on crutches and it was hard for me to get around. We lived on the top floor of garden apartments [euphemism for no elevator] and the stairs were outside. One trip up & down a day was all I could handle. Plus, my roommate was afraid I was going to split my head open. Me, too. I was not very coordinated on the crutches.To sum, work on your food habits & you can get back at being active when you're able. You can still make a success of it.
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