I am extremely overweight, and have been most of my life. I could lose 200# and have the happiness and health I deserve, yet I find it so hard to accomplish this. Why? I am 41 yrs old, and physically active....but obviously not nearly enough. I like food, I like to celebrate by eating, when I am depressed, I eat, and I just eat. I am NOT a junk food eater (don't get me wrong, i will have a cookie or cake here or there), but my main problem is the amount of food I think I need to be full. I am looking for a nice friend of two who we could emotionally support and try very hard to accomplish our "weight loss goals". My immediate goal is to exercise at least 4 times a week, and to eat "serving size" only portions. I am very depressed at myself, I don't like the way I look in anything, and I don't have any pictures of me around the house. I have 2 beautiful children, age 15 and 11, and a wonderful supportive husband....so what is my problem?!?
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