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For years, I have been and up/down yo/yo dieter. It started when I was young, about 7 years old actually. My mother constantly called me fat. I believed her. She was my mother afterall and your parents are always right. So even though I was petite and healthy, I believed her. I used food as my source of comfort. For years I gained and lost weight always believing I was fat, even when I was in the best shape of my life. It's taken me until my 38th year before I realized how much damage ...
For years, I have been and up/down yo/yo dieter. It started when I was young, about 7 years old actually. My mother constantly called me fat. I believed her. She was my mother afterall and your parents are always right. So even though I was petite and healthy, I believed her. I used food as my source of comfort. For years I gained and lost weight always believing I was fat, even when I was in the best shape of my life. It's taken me until my 38th year before I realized how much damage that one sentence caused "You are fat." No mom. You are wrong. I am not fat. I am unhealthy because I was so busy thinking I was fat, I didn't learn what was important. To respect myself, take care of myself, eat properly and exercising regularly. You didn't teach me because you don't even know how yourself. So no, Mom, I'm not fat. I am unhealthy and you are partly at fault. It's taken me a long time to finally realize and resolve the long term damage but this time, this time I am finally ready to begin to cherish what is important. My health and my self-esteem.
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Member Since: 6/15/2010

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Single mother with a kindergarden age son.

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JOANNEATAUDRYS
4/23/2013 9:43:36 PM

How are u, I have not been to CG on a sunday for a long time. Heard M hurt her back from Gary yesterday. Hoping you are well. emoticon



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HEATHER1969
1/20/2013 11:30:50 PM

Hey girl... don't forget about us BC Girls.... You loggin your fitness minutes? We need your minutes... You need your minutes emoticon come on you can do it! emoticon emoticon emoticon



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HEATHER1969
9/23/2012 10:54:37 AM

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NINJA_SMOO
8/29/2012 10:49:04 AM

Hey chickie! I noticed you didn't track on the Weigh-In Monday thread this week (I was a few days late too! Ooops!) I'm helping, see?




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JHUSTO01
8/23/2012 3:33:57 PM

The book is really good - I sometimes have a hard time getting through motivational/self-help type of books, but this one has kept my interest and has so far managed to inspire me to really try and change my habits and way of thinking :)



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