I have found this site while I was searching for (free) ways of losing weight and this seemed the most genuine one out of all of them. I have been putting on weight like mad in the past 2 years due to my thyroid condition - but I am on tablets now and all the blood works seem fine so I thought I would give it another go. I was on a liquid diet for 3 weeks this year and "only" lost 2kg - that got me so frustrated (because other people would lose so much more, I know now that the liquid diet wasn't the solution) so I stopped again. Last week at the doctors I had to weigh myself and saw the shocking 90kg. I am very unhappy with myself, my bones hurt due to the weight (only 5'3) and I have no confidence at all. I am out more at the moment, I walk a lot thanks to Pokemon Go (I know it seems crazy, but my partner palys it with me and we have our evening route we're walking most evenings). I am currently doing distance learning and I am home most of the time. I definitely enjoy zumba but I get very unhappy with myself once I do a DVD but can absolutely not keep up with it. Everyone around me seems to be losing so much weight lately and here's me - the one that just won't. I know my thyroid is the cause for most of it - but I would so love to start seeing some change in my health - my blood pressure getting better, less pain in back, feet etc.
I will try to set my goals for 5kg at a time - does that seem okay or is it too much? I stopped to set any certain dates or months for losing the weight in - it is just too frustrating when you don't lose the weight and you stop again.
Sorry for the very long story here - I just felt like venting to people who understand me.