TheChristianSimone wrote: »
I am literally crying right now as I type this. When I was in my 20's I was like 350+ depression and just bad life can really do things if you are maladaptive. Now closing in on 34 I just walked a mile in under 16 mins..now you may do half that in your sleep but I still remember basically failing my fit test in college bc it took me 20 mins to walk half a mile. So to do a whole freaking mile under that I am just over the moon. I want the scale to do what I want but I think my rebounding over the years was because I failed to do the internal work and be patient. Like just shut up, do the work and repeat. Now to relax after hitting 5 workouts in one week, I haven't done that in 4 years.
JulieSHelms wrote: »
We just returned from a cruise and I didn't feel the need to cringe when looking through the photos afterward. I feel better in my white dressy outfits now... (Size 26 v. size 10)
springlering62 wrote: »
Due to a family emergency today, I had to see immediate family members I haven’t seen in several years. Jaws dropped, including my mom, who used to deliberately sabotage any attempt I made to lose weight by bringing in sacks and sacks of my faves and leaving them laying around in our office kitchen or on my desk. My own fault for caving so often and so easily, but she knew damn well what she was doing. Even used to laugh and say she was jealous and would make me as big as she was.
Sometimes, you just have to put negative people(s) out of your life for your own sanity.
Life has been very joyful since I chose to do
so, and I am glad to say, the other NSV is that spending the day with them and knowing there will be more days forced upon me didn’t drive me into meltdown and stress eating.
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