Sorry for this longwinded message but here is what I wrote back in May on this forum.
For weeks I have been carefully setting out my options to start my assault on my weight problem. I am 25 years old and am clinically obese. I have always avoided my doctor about the problem and have tried some fad stuff that works for some but just not for me. I stumbled across this 12 week plan on the NHS where it's not about rapid weight loss so much is it about changing habits for longterm gains (or losses in this case) I have tried many times to diet before and have failed but my mind set today is much different from any other time I have went about this. I feel focussed and thanks to a few helpful apps and advice online I believe I can now take the necessary step to lose weight consistently. I realise I will have my good and bad days at this but my mind is set and my eye is on the prize. I will be sure to use this forum regularly when I'm feeling like things are getting the better of me and hopefully I can post some positive status' in the future.
Anyway Thanks for reading.
Wish me luck!
Since that message I have dropped 5 stone and I'm on my way to being a happier healthier person. I am by no means anywhere near done but I am proud of myself that I have reached this particular milestone. Something I never thought I could do. I'm eating healthier, I exercise most days whether it be in the gym or just going out for a walk. I can physically see the difference in how I look and feel. To anyone struggling with their weightloss problems I know it is cliché but if I can do it then so can you! Wish me luck in the upcoming months as I plan to take more off. The weight loss is starting to slow down but as long as I step on those scales every week and I see it going down there is no better high for me.
Thanks for reading.