Sarah (alcarinhwesta) wrote in dietrite,

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Okay, well, I'm not sure if this is still a running operation, but I really have no where else to turn to. Maybe if I have strangers supporting me, rather than friends and family saying "Put down that ice-cream", I'll do better than I have in the past.

I am 19 years old, 5'7.5", and I haven't weighed myself lately, but I can guess that I am somewhere between 230 and 235lbs. The lowest I've been in the past six years is 201. My first goal is to get below 200. It's been such a long time, even that will feel nice. My main goal is to get down to 160. I'm fairly tall with broad shoulders, so I don't want to look sickly.

I know that I won't get to my main goal by July 28, but that is when I want to be below 200. I'm going to a very special concert and I want to look the best I can.

Now, here's the kicker that's made it next to impossible to lose weight: I have a genetic skin disorder called Epidermolysis Bollusa. Long story short, it causes abnormal blistering. Taking a three-block walk will cause me to have at least five blisters the size of nickels on my feet. Repetive motions like sit-ups will cause blisters on my back...So, I have no clue where to turn for excersize. I need help...Please help me.
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