Group details

Group Name: Committed to One Another
Members: 4
Location: Anywhere

Goals: This group is only for people who have made the decision to be consistent and will follow through on making the actual behavior changes essential for weight loss and weight maintenance. These behavior changes include, first and foremost, daily logging food and exercise, and posting comments, all done a minimum of 5 days a week, with the intention to follow through with these behaviors on a daily basis whenever possible. We make mistakes, and forgive ourselves immediately when we do. Are you ready for success?

Profile: Logging and posting nearly every day because that's what works for us, we are long-time PT members, over 55, committed to ourselves and to one another for continual self-care, maintenance of weight loss already achieved and some additional "fine tuning" weight loss. Mutual support, transparency and trust will characterize our postings. We log and post nearly every day because that's what works for us. If you're not ready to make the active, actual behavior changes essential for weight loss/maintenance, please reconsider joining this particular group.

Last posted: Saturday, August 09, 2014, 12:20 AM

Other Info: Please don't join unless you're certain that you are ready to log and post regularly.

Members profiles:
I am 42 years old now.. I have accomplished alot on this journey.. I started out at 370 pounds.. Im still a work in progress but have released almost a whole person In 2010 I lost my dad to cancer from smoking and I let my life go. along with taking care of my disabled mom wheelchair bound now. so alot of hurdles to overcome. well enough of letting my life go. its time to take it back and thats what I am doing this new year.. alot of changes to come. my life is still unwritten. and im writing it this year!..

I am 35 and single with no kids. My dog is my kid : ) I have been carrying around an extra 45 lbs or so for almost 5 years now. I been down some but always end up back up. I am stuck in a huge rut, I am hoping some support will help. Cravings and laziness end up being my downfall.

45 y/o night shifter RN for 4 years, that's when I packed on 18 lbs. Long time distance runner and fitness buff who suddenly has no energy to work out! :( I have 2 lovely girls 8 and 10 who love to play and run with me. I feel like I can't even keep up and my clothes are so uncomfortable!

At 45, I used to eat healthy and workout regularly, but I have let life stresses get in the way of taking care of myself. No more!

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