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@Lelly 34202 wrote:

You are right Doodah but my head just won’t let me think about anything else xx

It’s so hard I know.

Some people put their scales in the attic or the garden shed. Who can be bothered to climb up or into a ghastly, dark space full of bugs to weight themselves?!

I didn’t weigh myself for the same reason as vickster – there were no scales available to measure me (26+ stone) so every time I went for my appointment at St Richard’s, I was as surprised as everyone else. I also feel that, not knowing exactly what I weigh helps me to keep on track. If you eat something ‘naughty’ and ‘get away with it’ you might be tempted to try it again. If you don’t know what the scales say, you are more cautious about eating unhealthy or off guideline foods.

Anyway, getting stressed about it won’t help either. You have had major surgery and your body needs time to heal. Once it is fighting fit again, it can start doing the job for you 😉

Doodah x

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