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  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,360Member Member Posts: 9,360Member Member
    LiftNRiot wrote: »
    Is it weird that I only use this app for the forums 🤔

    I used to because i knew what i was eating everyday. Now i have to get back on track and i use it for counting calories too

    Before I use to have the tracking part pretty dialed in... I tried it again but that portion of the app is basically dead to me 😂... It doesn't work at all, my exercise don't load, nor do my calories from Samsung health...

    If I track anything it's on Samsung health, just works a little easier
    edited January 20
  • dallsop417dallsop417 Posts: 1,031Member Member Posts: 1,031Member Member
    Is it weird that I need to go shop for dinner but don’t want to got out in the cold so I’m sitting here eating cold rice pudding from the can instead?
  • JRE_Momof3JRE_Momof3 Posts: 43Member Member Posts: 43Member Member
    dallsop417 wrote: »
    Is it weird that I need to go shop for dinner but don’t want to got out in the cold so I’m sitting here eating cold rice pudding from the can instead?

    Not weird at all. Idk where you live but f*** it when it's too cold.
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Posts: 7,101Member Member Posts: 7,101Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.
  • tinkerhellraisertinkerhellraiser Posts: 5,168Member Member Posts: 5,168Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    i think that’s awesome not weird and tbh most women who list off all those things i think look beautiful anyways so

    for me i hated my body before i lost weight and i kinda still not like it, but i also used to dance and that is just a weird environment like u can never be too thin and wispy and ethereal
    thats why if i dance anymore i do hip hop
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Posts: 7,101Member Member Posts: 7,101Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    i think that’s awesome not weird and tbh most women who list off all those things i think look beautiful anyways so

    for me i hated my body before i lost weight and i kinda still not like it, but i also used to dance and that is just a weird environment like u can never be too thin and wispy and ethereal
    thats why if i dance anymore i do hip hop

    I used to really dislike my body because well, loads of reasons both internal and external. But I have finally gotten to a place where even though I might not look like a lady you'd see in Hollywood or in a magazine, I still think my overall body shape is okay.

    That must be really tough living in that world. Constantly under scrutiny for not being "thin and wispy" enough. Also, all the practice. Your poor feet! :heart:
  • MelG7777MelG7777 Posts: 6,243Member Member Posts: 6,243Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    I don’t think it’s weird. At all! I think it’s great! I think it may be more rare to not “hate something” about your body though. For me...comes with age I think. I’m realistic about what my body is, what it has been and what it probably can and can’t be. So if I say....my stomach is MESSED UP from having babies and being fat, it’s not cuz I hate it I’m just being honest. I’m not ashamed of it. But...the way you describe yourself sounds like the ideal shape to me. 🤷🏻‍♀️ And I’m glad you aren’t unhappy with your body. ❤️ To me being TRULY “body positive” is not putting yourself down because of what you think you lack in your body but also loving your body enough to take good care of it. Nice work!
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Posts: 7,101Member Member Posts: 7,101Member Member
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    I don’t think it’s weird. At all! I think it’s great! I think it may be more rare to not “hate something” about your body though. For me...comes with age I think. I’m realistic about what my body is, what it has been and what it probably can and can’t be. So if I say....my stomach is MESSED UP from having babies and being fat, it’s not cuz I hate it I’m just being honest. I’m not ashamed of it. But...the way you describe yourself sounds like the ideal shape to me. 🤷🏻‍♀️ And I’m glad you aren’t unhappy with your body. ❤️ To me being TRULY “body positive” is not putting yourself down because of what you think you lack in your body but also loving your body enough to take good care of it. Nice work!

    Yes, this.

    I've gotten to this point where I'm not even really interested in being thin anymore. If I lose some fat and drop weight, cool. However, that's not what I'm after anymore. I'm after healthy life choices so I'm not condemning myself to an early death by things that were entirely preventable.
  • dallsop417dallsop417 Posts: 1,031Member Member Posts: 1,031Member Member
    Personally, like everyone else, I have a certain body type and look that I’m physically attracted to in a partner. I think size 8,10,12 is good, even size 14 can be pulled off. I don’t like stick thin or obese unless the person is comfortable like that and has a positive attitude. People that are confident and truly happy with themselves will attract more people than those that aren’t. Some obese girls have blown me away with how hot and sexy they look because of their attitude and personality.
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,360Member Member Posts: 9,360Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    I think you are a totally awesome person 💕...

    Sometimes I don't honestly know if I've found a hobby, or if I'm searching for peace...
  • JRE_Momof3JRE_Momof3 Posts: 43Member Member Posts: 43Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    I admire the heck out of you! I'm still looking for that kind of peace within myself. You are truly blessed to have it.
  • caco_ethescaco_ethes Posts: 12,074Member Member Posts: 12,074Member Member
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    Edit: feel like i should add that the confidence i feel in my body is mostly about what it can do, not even about what it looks like. But I don’t usually dare talk about it regardless
    edited January 21
  • MelG7777MelG7777 Posts: 6,243Member Member Posts: 6,243Member Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    I feel you on that. I’m curvy. And I like to “celebrate” curvy girls. But I try to be cognizant of the fact that there are some very happy, naturally very thin and beautiful girls and I’m not meaning to put them down as a byproduct. Sometimes it’s a fine line. I definitely think “body posi” should be about all shapes, sizes, etc etc. But I get where they’re coming from. I personally don’t like where the movement has seemed to gone.
  • dallsop417dallsop417 Posts: 1,031Member Member Posts: 1,031Member Member
    The most important thing is to be healthy and happy about your own body, even if you want to change it by losing or gaining weight. The reasons for changing your body should be for what you want and not what the world or others want you to be. I need to gain some weight and add muscle but that’s because I want to do it for myself.
  • caco_ethescaco_ethes Posts: 12,074Member Member Posts: 12,074Member Member
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    I feel you on that. I’m curvy. And I like to “celebrate” curvy girls. But I try to be cognizant of the fact that there are some very happy, naturally very thin and beautiful girls and I’m not meaning to put them down as a byproduct. Sometimes it’s a fine line. I definitely think “body posi” should be about all shapes, sizes, etc etc. But I get where they’re coming from. I personally don’t like where the movement has seemed to gone.

    I don’t dislike the way its gone but i do think that there are still lots of misconceptions that thin women surely must have body confidence, or if not that, they must look the way they do because they try to. I can’t even tell you how many times people asked me how i did it when i was growing up. I didn’t accomplish anything, i was just born that way. I was approached by a handful of teachers throughout high school wanting to talk to me about eating disorders. People always assumed my skinniness was intentional. I was extremely unhealthy as a kid but i shied away from exercise because of how much I’d get the “pfft why are you exercising? You’re skinny already”. It was too much for my wallflower teenage self 😅

    Anyway, I didn’t mean to redirect the topic but since i had just had the realization today, i just wanted to share it. ☺️
  • MelG7777MelG7777 Posts: 6,243Member Member Posts: 6,243Member Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    I feel you on that. I’m curvy. And I like to “celebrate” curvy girls. But I try to be cognizant of the fact that there are some very happy, naturally very thin and beautiful girls and I’m not meaning to put them down as a byproduct. Sometimes it’s a fine line. I definitely think “body posi” should be about all shapes, sizes, etc etc. But I get where they’re coming from. I personally don’t like where the movement has seemed to gone.

    I don’t dislike the way its gone but i do think that there are still lots of misconceptions that thin women surely must have body confidence, or if not that, they must look the way they do because they try to. I can’t even tell you how many times people asked me how i did it when i was growing up. I didn’t accomplish anything, i was just born that way. I was approached by a handful of teachers throughout high school wanting to talk to me about eating disorders. People always assumed my skinniness was intentional. I was extremely unhealthy as a kid but i shied away from exercise because of how much I’d get the “pfft why are you exercising? You’re skinny already”. It was too much for my wallflower teenage self 😅

    Anyway, I didn’t mean to redirect the topic but since i had just had the realization today, i just wanted to share it. ☺️

    I get it. I don’t like the way it’s gone just for the fact that there are some “influencers” who get shamed for trying to lose weight. Like “you hate yourself if you want to lose weight”. I’ve seen it happen in the YouTube world. I think that’s a skewed vision of being body posi...
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 8,518Member Member Posts: 8,518Member Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    Edit: feel like i should add that the confidence i feel in my body is mostly about what it can do, not even about what it looks like. But I don’t usually dare talk about it regardless

    Thank-you for posting Cakey :heart:
    ...I can't even go in to it
  • caco_ethescaco_ethes Posts: 12,074Member Member Posts: 12,074Member Member
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    I feel you on that. I’m curvy. And I like to “celebrate” curvy girls. But I try to be cognizant of the fact that there are some very happy, naturally very thin and beautiful girls and I’m not meaning to put them down as a byproduct. Sometimes it’s a fine line. I definitely think “body posi” should be about all shapes, sizes, etc etc. But I get where they’re coming from. I personally don’t like where the movement has seemed to gone.

    I don’t dislike the way its gone but i do think that there are still lots of misconceptions that thin women surely must have body confidence, or if not that, they must look the way they do because they try to. I can’t even tell you how many times people asked me how i did it when i was growing up. I didn’t accomplish anything, i was just born that way. I was approached by a handful of teachers throughout high school wanting to talk to me about eating disorders. People always assumed my skinniness was intentional. I was extremely unhealthy as a kid but i shied away from exercise because of how much I’d get the “pfft why are you exercising? You’re skinny already”. It was too much for my wallflower teenage self 😅

    Anyway, I didn’t mean to redirect the topic but since i had just had the realization today, i just wanted to share it. ☺️

    I get it. I don’t like the way it’s gone just for the fact that there are some “influencers” who get shamed for trying to lose weight. Like “you hate yourself if you want to lose weight”. I’ve seen it happen in the YouTube world. I think that’s a skewed vision of being body posi...

    Oh gross. Yeah, that's not body positivity at all, thats holding other people to your own standard. Live and let live is my kind of support
  • isalsayourface123isalsayourface123 Posts: 2,231Member Member Posts: 2,231Member Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    MelG7777 wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    I was always more on the scrawny side growing up (I’ve been on the other side too, but growing up I couldn’t gain a pound to save my life and i still feel like that mentality has stayed with me) and I realized literally just today that because of the body positivity movement being geared more toward celebrating plus sized women, (I say that as though its fact, perhaps its just my own perception??) I risk coming off as directly oppositional to that movement if I openly state confidence or satisfaction in my own body. It could seem like the body weight equivalent of coming back with “all lives matter”. Which.. yuck. I hate that thought.

    Logically I know that body positivity is meant to include everyone, though

    I feel you on that. I’m curvy. And I like to “celebrate” curvy girls. But I try to be cognizant of the fact that there are some very happy, naturally very thin and beautiful girls and I’m not meaning to put them down as a byproduct. Sometimes it’s a fine line. I definitely think “body posi” should be about all shapes, sizes, etc etc. But I get where they’re coming from. I personally don’t like where the movement has seemed to gone.

    I don’t dislike the way its gone but i do think that there are still lots of misconceptions that thin women surely must have body confidence, or if not that, they must look the way they do because they try to. I can’t even tell you how many times people asked me how i did it when i was growing up. I didn’t accomplish anything, i was just born that way. I was approached by a handful of teachers throughout high school wanting to talk to me about eating disorders. People always assumed my skinniness was intentional. I was extremely unhealthy as a kid but i shied away from exercise because of how much I’d get the “pfft why are you exercising? You’re skinny already”. It was too much for my wallflower teenage self 😅

    Anyway, I didn’t mean to redirect the topic but since i had just had the realization today, i just wanted to share it. ☺️

    I get it. I don’t like the way it’s gone just for the fact that there are some “influencers” who get shamed for trying to lose weight. Like “you hate yourself if you want to lose weight”. I’ve seen it happen in the YouTube world. I think that’s a skewed vision of being body posi...

    Oh gross. Yeah, that's not body positivity at all, thats holding other people to your own standard. Live and let live is my kind of support

    I like the idea of celebrating what our bodies can do. And that can also take many shapes and forms...from losing weight, to gaining muscle, to running miles and miles, to walking, hiking, to being creative-writing, singing, knitting (brain is still apart of us🤷‍♀️)....I feel good when I'm accomplishing stuffs.
  • TwitchyMacGeeTwitchyMacGee Posts: 704Member Member Posts: 704Member Member
    Is it weird that even though I'm fat (let's not kid ourselves here), I don't hate my body and still feel okay about myself?

    I mean, I'm here (and have been here) for the same reasons as most of y'all. I want to look at and evaluate what I eat, do the best I can for my body and not gain a bunch of weight (age weight creep is real, y'all). But I'm not unhappy with what I look like. I'm okay that I have a stomach that's not flat, giant hips, a huge *kitten* and I guess what some would call "thunder thighs". I'm just not bothered anymore.

    Idk if it’s weird, but being able to see reality without judgment is a good thing.
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