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Feeling comfortable.

Thursday, September 02, 2010

I was comfortable fat. but being thinner while exciting is bringing out feelings that I have been stuffing with all the food. I think I need to just take my time and know that It will still be me when I am thinner. I will just fit in a smaller size clothes.
People saw a different person. But the loving caring person I always was will still be there. I just have to trust the process. I just do not want to feel soo......
different, scared, not as tightly wrapped. Does that even make sense?
Maybe I should just stop thinking and know that my God wants me to be healthy.
I will be able to do the service that I am really appreciating and have the energy to accomplish now that I am thinner.
So ladies thank you for your support and here I go.
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    emoticon "Do not over-think it"
    Over thinking things is a big down fall for me--I talk myself out of a lot of things that would be good and fun for me.
    2718 days ago
    What a wonderful picture of you! emoticon

    You look happy & healthy - what more could one ask for? Well, okay, lots of things, but those are a great base to build on. We all know that feeling that we might not be perceived as the same person once we lose weight, but we (all your Sparkfriends) also know that the same person is inside. If the rest of the world is too shallow to see it, just come visit with us.
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    2729 days ago
    You can go beyond comfortable and feel FANTASTIC in your new body.
    More energy and strength than you have experienced in years. Freedom to be able to move like a gazelle, quick and light. You are doing great. Do not be afraid, you will be fine. We know you are the same loving person but more beautiful every day in every way. Do not over-think it. Just stay healthy and active and loving like you are.


    2730 days ago
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