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Group Name: Emotional Eaters Unite!
Members: 4
Location: , MA 02468


Profile: To understand that we are emotionlal eaters, and to try to identify why we eat when we are not really physically hungry. To hopefully regain some control. To share support with each other. To be happier over the long term by finding ways to not let our obsession control us!

Last posted: Sunday, March 18, 2012, 1:33 PM

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Members profiles:
I am 25 years old. I live in MN and I sit at a desk all day. I have always been a little overweight, but for most of my life, I was just on the high side of normal. In high school my weight was fine, but during college and since then it has kept going up. I constantly think about losing weight, but I don't always stick to the plans I create for myself. I have had success in the past with Weight Watchers, so sometimes I will try to follow that on my own to get myself on track. I hate to exercise, and I know I should be doing a lit more of it!

I'm a 28 year old working in medicine, which makes me extremely busy. I struggle with emotional eating. I'm very active (ski, hike, run, bike, swim, lift, pilates) and really love when I'm healthy and eating well so that I can enjoy everything I want to do.

I am 24 year old female college student who will be graduating in December with a psychology degree. I work and go to school so I am always on the go and do not have time to plan out meals and cook.

I have struggled with weight most of my life. At my highest weight, I was 260 pounds. I had a modified version of standard weight loss surgery. The modification is that the surgery only changed my stomach size and nothing to do with my digestive track. I have lost a great deal of weight, but I am still not at goal and won't get there without addressing food and fitness.

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