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KWING517
Posts: 618
1/18/13 1:51 P

I'm with IGSBETH....Awwwww! Thats terrible! You are right to be proud of yourself - you're doing great!! Don't let other people's careless comments get you down!

Here's one of my favorites that was said to me:

"Yeah, so I've been working out and going to the gym lately. I figure, if you can do it - I can sure do it!"

Now, I think it wasn't meant to come out quite like that, but it was a "wait, what??" moment for me :)



IGSBETH
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1/18/13 11:28 A

Aaaaww.



KANDOLAKER
Posts: 1,902
1/18/13 10:39 A

Shake them off! Don't give others the power to influence your happiness and health! Congrats on your successes and here's to many more!!



RUN4MYDOGS
Posts: 471
1/18/13 7:00 A

Don't let them get you down. Sometimes people tear others down because they themselves have low self esteem. (yes even nurses can have low self esteem). Just maintain a healthy diet and exercise program and you are good to go.

Congrats on your weight loss!



L-RIOT
Posts: 348
1/17/13 11:25 P

So I got a lot of good complements at work today about my weight and how much I've lost and I love it. I don't really feel much different then the me from a year ago. I just don't see it. Now, after all of these nice comments came to my ears, I had 3 nurses break my heart. They told me that I have anorexic tendencies. I told them that I enjoy going to the mall and looking at sweets and treats and then walking away. Or watching Food Network or The Cooking Channel and then I drink water. I eat a lot, I workout a lot. I feel awful! I feel great about me but they took all the wind out of my sail.



 
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