I am losing weight for health reasons, I know I will like my body after, and also to fit in a little bit more.
I have been hearing a lot to like the body you have. But what if you can't like your body?
How many of you have heard that as you were losing weight (or are hearing it now)? and what did you do?
- Heard it, ignored it62% (5)0% (0)62% (5)Vote
- Heard it, stopped losing weight(what happened after?)0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
- Never heard it25% (2)0% (0)25% (2)Vote
- Other (please explain)13% (1)0% (0)13% (1)Vote
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Because they are being cliche and politically correct.
Ex:I asked a question on here about a month ago,asking a few different health questions,I updated the Q before I thought anybody answered saying something along the lines of "don't tell me to love and accept my body etc" and one user continued to give me bullsh*t answer.Why?She was too stupid to read:
The bitch is dumb,not my problem.
Here's the thing,I've dealt with weight obsession since I was like 4/5,I've done some pretty unhealthy things and at least I can admit to it.Now do I constantly obsess over my weight?Yes,in my mind,but I don't tell others(other than on this site),I'm not vocal about it.It is emotionally draining and it bugs me constantly.I will NEVER be happy with my body shape(stupid hourglass shape) or my weight.I could be skin and bones,dying on my deathbed and not happy,that's just how it is.I'm never going to accept or love my body.But that's my problem and business,no one elses.
If you can't like it,then go on with life.I'd be a hypocrite to site here and tell you to go to therapy.Truth is,that is an option,or you can just go on with life.
And I couldn't care any less of what people think of me losing weight.Contrary to belief,girls don't make or base every decision on what guys like,nor what society likes.My insecurities are my problem1