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Bluebell



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 5:30 pm    Post subject: Feeling low Reply with quote

Not sure if this is strictly NoS diet discussion, and actually I just feel like a bit of a moan, so I'm posting it here, hope that's OK.
Feeling very down about my body today. There are a few triggers for this, the main one being that my husband has been nominated for an award at his work (great!) and we have been invited to the awards evening, which means finding a dress (not so great). Had a very depressing time in the changng rooms today, most nice evening dresses seem to be knee length or shorter and my tree trunk legs must not see the light of day. They are all mostly sleeveless too, same problem with my upper arms. Also my tummy sticks out. Usually I avoid seeing my whole reflection in the mirror, but the mirror told the truth today and it wasn't very nice.
I want to feel lovely beside my wonderful husband and I wish I could magic away 2 stone.
I know NoS is the long term answer, I know all my attempts at dieting have always failed, I know that I need to find a normal relationship with food. I just wish I'd started a year ago!
Well that's my self indulgent moan. Sad Not much to be done I guess, but stick a smile on my face and carry on. Lucky for me my husband has always loved me through all my fat, thin and inbetween stages!
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Feeling low Reply with quote

Bluebell wrote:
Not sure if this is strictly NoS diet discussion, and actually I just feel like a bit of a moan, so I'm posting it here, hope that's OK.
Feeling very down about my body today. There are a few triggers for this, the main one being that my husband has been nominated for an award at his work (great!) and we have been invited to the awards evening, which means finding a dress (not so great). Had a very depressing time in the changng rooms today, most nice evening dresses seem to be knee length or shorter and my tree trunk legs must not see the light of day. They are all mostly sleeveless too, same problem with my upper arms. Also my tummy sticks out. Usually I avoid seeing my whole reflection in the mirror, but the mirror told the truth today and it wasn't very nice.
I want to feel lovely beside my wonderful husband and I wish I could magic away 2 stone.
I know NoS is the long term answer, I know all my attempts at dieting have always failed, I know that I need to find a normal relationship with food. I just wish I'd started a year ago!
Well that's my self indulgent moan. Sad Not much to be done I guess, but stick a smile on my face and carry on. Lucky for me my husband has always loved me through all my fat, thin and inbetween stages!


Keep it positive , try to focus on the idea of being beautiful fit and healthy , and try to make some efforts towards it . remember it is process so it takes time .
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