can we avoid it? I don't consider so. Even when we make a choice we give up the other choices. What has this to do with losing weight? It's really about what the Christmas story can say about it. Many lives were sacrificed before the saviour was born, then for the saviour to be sacrificed to save so many more. I believe that my sacrifices, food wise, such as from eating so much I sacrificed a good figure, then eating less to regain my health, are all and both for the better good. I love myself and the way I am but my health is suffering and that is enough motivation for me to stop eating and start moving more. I guess Christmas reminds me that there is Hope even amongst so much adversity. There is Joy in sadness and there is a Peace we can all find within us to be happy with who or what we are.....Thank you


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  • See what you mean - I sacrificed health for greed and the love of food. I'm still learning how to eat healthily and sensibly, but am happier in myself which makes me happier with others.

    As long as we don't give up, there is always hope 👍

  • as long as there is hope, we don't give up. That works both ways. ironically having much heartache in relationships and now have heart problems!!!!! It don't figure. exercise gives me more confidence to hope. thanks for communicating.

  • I hear you, and also have heart problems (and a lot of others besides). We won't give up. There's always hope.

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