MrsBradyBunch wrote: »
Haters are gonna hate. They may be jealous. Or, as said, it may be meant as a compliment and come out awkwardly.
For various reasons, there are people who just somehow don't want to see us get fit. I hear the same things, and I've never been skinny in my life. Even born as a preemie, I weighed 2 pounds more than average for that gestational age. I've had well-meaning family members tell me not to get carried away with my dieting, to know when to stop losing weight, not to make myself too skinny, etc., and that's while I've still got a BMI over 40. "Oh, don't worry so much about it. You're beautiful. Go ahead and eat." It's not about beauty. It's about health. But try telling them that. They don't understand.
adrianarco wrote: »
Hello, I am 16 days now into my training and really feel that i am heading in the right direction. Taking that its been sometime since your post, I hope that everything has changed for the better. I know that from my experience being very over-weight I would be very jealous when persons around me would loss weight. I think its not right that they would try bring you down, but wouldn't be surprised if they were attempting to only make themselves feel better. You look great! I hope your journey has continued and you BF is doing well also :-)
Daisy_Girl2019 wrote: »
I have this same issue. I switch different departmet at work. After I transfered, I started eating healthy, workingout and lost weight.
I went payed a visit at my old department and one of thr gils were like "wow, you look tiny, are you sleeping with someone dowstairs?"
No, I like my husband thank you.
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