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First question I got is Does anyone know of a forsure Nutrisystem diet or exercises? Thanks for any comment. Another question on my mind: How do you guys deal with the ever present office politics and staying on the program? I know life happens but it is hard to keep focused..

asked Apr 21 at 14:41

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Of course! but you might want to make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm it as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the Nutrisystem guys because they can answer you better...

answered Apr 21 at 15:05

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Certainly,.

I have to deal with manager showing a lot favortism to other employees and being stuck doing my work and the work they seem to get out of. I've sat down and talked to my manager about it and always asking what I can be doing better. But frankly if there more jobs available I would be looking..

Sometimes those triggers go off and I seem to eat any food insight...yes I know drink plenty of water :-)..

answered Apr 21 at 15:53

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First, stop blaming your boss or anyone else for your overeating. You.

Do that and you're, at least, half way done with the battle. And by the.

Way, the jobs you do and the others don't, mean that you're the only one.

That knows how to get them done. That's a good thing in my book. While.

The others are farting around with their pet projects, you are learning how.

To deal with the ones that will be difficult for them to complete because.

You are getting better at dealing with them. So, chin up! You are doing.

A great job AND losing weight too. It just doesn't get any better than.

That..

And another thing. It's that way at every job. So get used to it. There's.

Always floaters that don't do much and then the rest of us get the work.

Done and end up being far more valuable. So quit punishing yourself.

(cause that's what you're doing) and rise above the frey and stay with.

The plan. But don't blame the rest of the playing field. That's just a mind.

Game. You are in control. So you control what goes in you..... Get it?.

Stay on plan......

answered Apr 21 at 15:56

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Yes I see your point. I appreciate your candor..

answered Apr 21 at 16:42

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Mike, I am a cocky bastard. I wasn't always that way, having issues w/ self esteem in addition to blaming others for my failures. I now feel much better about myself and it shows in everything, including the work I do. Getting this part of my life handled may help you in changing your outlook and channeling your energies. Do your job to the best of your abilities. You will eventually receive the recognition you may deserve, even if it's from another employer...

answered Apr 21 at 16:51

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My wife works in the mortgage industry..

Yeah.....painful I know...especially right now..

Tens of thousands of people have been laid off around the country with more happening every day..

My wife has the lowest seniority at the bank she works at and is a horse. She is always the one who stays late, comes in early, works her lunch and volunteers for extra work..

The other processors are the typical *****, moan and complain behind the bosses back type of people. Long lunches, slacking, doing just enough not to get fired..

Well....rumors of layoffs have permeated her place of employment and we have braced for the worst, last in first out is the typical MO in that industry..

HR showed up today, the big boss shows up today and ............lays off 3 people who had more seniority ( a LOT more) than she did..

After the carnage was over, a few of the managers pulled everyone into the offices for one on ones and she was basically told that they were ecstatic to have her on the team and hoped that she liked working there..

So the moral of my story, is that my wife often comes home with complaints similar to your post above, she sometimes feels as though she is being taken advantage of and not appreciated..

Her standing was clarified for her today and 3 of the "slackers" are out of work in an economy that is getting more brutal by the day...

answered Apr 21 at 18:11

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Mike,.

My observation over the years is that no matter how happy you are at the office, every job has elements that just suck. Your duty is to find a job that has the kind of suck that you are willing and able to deal with. Nothing is perfect, and what you will define as tolerable suck will change over time. This is why we change jobs. When times are tough, we usually are willing to tolerate more than when things aren't..

Over eating is no way to deal with this kind of stress, any more than it is any other type of stress...

answered Apr 21 at 19:44

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I agree Michael, even with the cocky bastard part. But, more to the point, I agree that self-esteem is an extremely important part of anyone's job. Being overweight is a real killer of self-esteem. It is especially destructive when the slackers have all the good looks. In fact, their good looks probably helped them get their jobs in the first place and may well be part of what is keeping them around. The best defense, as others have said, is a good offense.

Do the work and, better yet, ask for the work the slackers are ignoring...

answered Apr 21 at 20:13

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