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Answered 2006-07-04 17:59:01

WebMD has wonderful articles about motivation - as does the Weight Watchers website. Unfortunately, you can't achieve anything successfully without self control. And I'm not only talking about weight loss. Is there anything you've ever achieved that required discipline and self control? What did you do to achieve that goal? Perhaps you can apply that same passion to weight loss.

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