MissJenaKay wrote:Yup, in a horrid mood. I weighed myself today. I'm fatter than I've ever been. I weigh 247.8. Just about ready to say screw it and just learned to be content with being fat.
musculargirl wrote:Know how you feel Jena! Believe me I know. I'm really getting tired of struggling too!! the end result though is definitely worth it! I'm actually heavier than i've ever been too.
Boss Man wrote:It takes time and you've also got to be completely truthful with yourself and ask yourself how much are you doing?
Don't give up okay, because you ARE better than that .
MissJenaKay wrote:It's a miserable feeling. I honestly wish I was like the REST of my family with a high metabolism my dad and brother both wear only size 28 pants and my mom even as she is "fat" (as she calls it) now wears a size 12. My grandparents were all thin until their old age. All my cousins are really thin too, even my eldest cousin who just had two babies in two years. Kinda makes me want to scream. It's highly unfair that I somehow managed to have a terrible metabolism.
musculargirl wrote:It is a miserable feeling. Agreed! My family doesn't really have many overweight people in the family either. I don't know if your family does this, but my family bugs me the most because they try to give me advice like their experts in the weight loss field when none of them have dealt with my issues or amount of weight that i have to lose. I appreciate their concern but i find it annoying none the less.
musculargirl wrote:I don't know how you feel in a sense because we are different in age and of course different people with different life circumstances, but I'm not exactly happy with my life either right now so in that aspect i do understand what your going through. I know you don't want a pep talk so i won't give you one. Just hope you start feeling better Jena.
MissJenaKay wrote:By the way, Boss, since I know, inevitably you'll read this and craft a long-winded reply rebutting my statements, I don't think I really want you to do that. But then, I really just don't want people to try to point out the non-existent good things about me.
Boss Man wrote:You see the non-existant good in yourself, but you've never given up on yourself and you speak well to others on here including someone like Martin, who you have reached out to sometimes, so where's the bad in that?
Boss Man wrote:Deal with yourself Jena, but don't hide from it. Don't make the good things seem non-existant and don't make the things about you that are good, seem the reverse. Work with your good points, don't suppress them, as some kind of poisoned chalice, by thinking if I do good things, or allow good things to happen, they'll go wrong, because I'm a walking jinx.
Boss Man wrote:I first of all want you to be proud of yourself for posting all that, because I'm proud of you, there I said it, get over it, I'm not taking that back .
Boss Man wrote:Also screw other people in Uni. They aren't you. Just because they look a certain way and do certain things, doesn't mean you necessarily should. Live the way you feel best, not just because it seems the "norm", or because you don't want to supposedly stand out.
You're unique in your own amazing way, so be unique, not a copy or a cheap replica of someone else .
Boss Man wrote:When you realise you are more than nothing and no one, get back to me, because then we'll have more positives to help you succeed.
I'll be waiting .
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