focus on the specifics of what you can do to improve your process rather than worrying about what results someone else are getting.
can you be more specific about what you eat? when you eat? how you eat? your health history? why you want to lose weight? how you work out? What are your fitness goals? who do you train with? where do you train?
People who don't focus on specifics don't get results...i'm dropping people off the side of the road right now when I go out to train, because i spent the last 2 years working on my diet like it was my full time job, and the people i'm out there against are just playing around. i just need to stay injury free. but it took me 2 years and i have a ridiculous amount of work left to do...i don't even have time to complain about "all the results I haven't gotten"...I'm busy reading threads and asking questions. hoping to post some running videos this week to have some people help me with my form...
read this yet?
I've read thousands of posts on this site and watched many hundreds of raw vegan videos online...even old vides that people were posting in 2009. There is no guarantee that you won't gain weight. But why don't you read through this then come up with some ACTIONABLE STEPS that you can take, to improve your diet/lifestyle. This site has tons of information that will help you. Focus on the small steps and you'll get there.
I have been vegan for 6 years . The first 5 years my focus was just on "not hurting animals" and I didn't care about my health and had a terrible lifestyle that ruined my health for many years. Now I'm slowly figuring it out, and expect to always be learning new things...its a long term process. Try to be specific with your goals, and find ways to track your progress so you can gain confidence in your small wins.