Originally Posted by Dreamliner
Yeah, it was your agreeing with me so much that caused me to reevaluate.
Look, I hear what you're saying. It sounds like I'm encouraging people to just give up. In reality, I'm encouraging people to wise up.
I'm still very much into sustainability though. But I believe there is a world of difference between sustaining healthy weight range and, for most people, sustaining substantial weight loss.
Again I'd like to state that whereas I will not invite anyone to consciously lose weight (do no harm), I will not be surprised if some lose weight simply by learning to eat more intuitively and add activity.
I further anticipate that I will be meeting people who are somewhere on the weight-loss/weight-regain continuum. My sister is a good example. Though naturally thin like me, she's a marathoner. But since landing a new consulting job she has been forced to cut back on running and has gained about ten pounds. She thinks she's fat but is probably within her natural weight range such that if she resumes her running, the weight will probably come back off.
I will stop outwardly agreeing with you if you come back to the good guys.
Just an FYI. I have been in pretty good shape most of my adult life. I had a baby 21 months ago. She had trouble sleeping because of a multitude of minor health issues. In an effort to keep up with her needs, I neglected myself and put on about 25 pounds. Your posts on this forum were instrumental in me getting back in shape. I really am thankful for your input.
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