Boss Man wrote:She was humping guys while you were in your bed, now she's pleasing a 40 year old person she babysits for.
I'm hoping the 40 year old is divorced, because if she's not, I doubt her husband would be happy knowing his wife was pleasing a college student, that's not much older than legal.
I've nothing against Lesbians or bisexuals, but frankly your roommate needs counselling and life skills advice badly.
Boss Man wrote:Keep believing Jena. This is not a life sentance and the weight loss is possible.
Inside of you exists a beautiful person who we see sometimes, but you DO have a right to be beautiful on the outside too and not just regarding your facial features.
You WILL get what you want in time, but stopping believing will never get you what you want.
Hang in there, be patient and keep trying to do what you can to make this happen. I don't think anybody except you, wants you to lose a lot of weight more than this community and we WON'T stop caring and being here for you.
So don't you stop caring for yourself either.
I'm sending you a BIG HUG and letting you know that myself and the community ARE committed to you sweetheart, so you are not alone and as long as you regularly update and let us know how you feel, we can do what we feel is right when we can to help and support you.
We won't walk away from you, because you're one of us and we DO care okay .
Also, have you considered buying a few smaller clothes? No motivation like buying something really great, that won't fit right now, to make you want to lose weight so it will.
You certainly don't need to compare your body right now to others, if you compare it to how you want yourself to look, by having a few items that represent a more slimmer and beautiful you.
Certainly something to think about at least.
Plus if you spend a bit of money on some smaller clothes, you'll feel like you've wasted money, if you don't do what it takes to lose the weight so thye will fit won't you.
I'm not talking about spending masses of $$$, just maybe a couple of pairs of jeans / pants and a couple of tops on sale prices, so as I say, something to consider.
amatlack wrote:Fasting will make you gain weight in the end. You will starve yourself, so your metabolism will slow down, making it harder to lose weight for a looong time. You will also end up being really hungry, so you'll eat more when you finally can't take fasting anymore. So extra food + really slow metabolism = more fat. Also, if you starve your body, it will hang onto all the fat it can for as long as it can so it can survive the famine conditions.
Not sure you want to go down that road.
Exercise and clean eating works. I went from 238 to 165 and am still losing, though very slowly. There's no easier way.
Losing weight and being happy are very often just mental decisions. You have to set your mind to it and work toward it. You know what you need to do, so do it...or don't, but then don't be upset when it doesn't work.
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