Tuesday, August 25, 2009

the things no one talks about

Playing off my title from my last post
the things no one talks about
I would love to hear from you about the things no one talk about when it come to losing weight...
Mine would have to be the confusing now of how big I am. When I was small I knew I was small, now I don't really know where I fit in.
Am I smaller or bigger than the girl I think is the perfect size?


  1. I think that size judgement is something I struggle with. I ask my husband to point out people who resemble me but I think he is being nice and pointing out people thinner than me. It's so hard to be objective and to trust his objectivity!

  2. I think as a woman i have to remember that every female is built different.

  3. Things I wish I'd known...
    * No, those pants didn't make me look fat, I really was that fat.
    * Forget muffin top, I had a bundt top
    * Gaining weight is easy peasy....losing is TOUGH.
    * I'd become a pro at loosing and gaining the same 10 lbs before a *big* drop.

    Thanks for your constant encouragement!

  4. I love your blog! I happened up on it yesterday. I'm from NE Arkansas. I've lost 28 lbs on WW and want to lose 15 more. You are very encouraging!!

  5. This comment has been removed by the author.

  6. Also I think people say that you should just feel good in your own body, but I think very few people actually feel that way. But I also think in some ways this is just another excuse for people. Everyone should feel good about themselves, but being healthy is important too.

    Skewed image of size. I hate when I hold up a pair of pants and think "geez that is a lot of material" and than they are tight.

    Nobody tells anyone "YOUR JUST MAKING EXCUSES". I have been trying to make less excuses. Everything is an excuse. I figure there are two very important things each week - exercise and church and they are usually the first things to be cut from my schedule. Shameful yes but I know I am not the only one that is guilty.