It seems like I have tried EVERYTHING. I graduated high school weighing 150 pounds, and that was only a year ago. I've gained a TON of weight since then! I am now 205 pounds and about a week ago I reached a peak of 212. It got bad. I had my grandmother, parents, friends..everyone telling me I need to lose weight. When I went home for a festival last month, people I had known for years didn't recognize me and some people were whispering to one another when I walked by. It was one of the most embarrassing things I had ever experienced. I went to my mom's house a few weeks ago (I don't see her except about 3 times a year) and we took pictures. Well once I saw the pictures, I realized how fat I was and how I needed to do something about my weight IMMEDIATELY. I heard the Alli pill is very effective, so I've been taking that for about a week along with minimizing my calorie intake to 500-800 a day...it varies. I only eat lunch (between 11-1) and it's always subway...either 6 inch wheat roasted chicken breast or cheese steak. I started this diet on April 22nd and I weight 212 pounds. Today is May 2nd and I now weight 204.6 pounds, so I've made a little progress. I want to be 150 pounds by August, because that's when I have to go back home for my little sisters homecoming. She is most likely going to be the homecoming queen so i'll see EVERYONE IN MY TOWN that week and I want them to talk about how good I look, not how fat I got. I need someone to tell me how to reach my goal by then and how they succeeded at losing weight. I just need someone to help me! I'm sick of living this life.
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