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Compliments are a little scary...

Sunday, May 15, 2011

because if my weight loss is so noticeable that basically everyone I work with makes comments, then if I gain weight back THAT will be really noticeable too! Don't get me wrong I appreciate the compliments and it makes me feel really proud of myself whenever anyone says anything. I guess what really scares me is that if I do go the other way, I know I won't hear any comments out loud...but what if they're saying them behind my back.

I guess I'll use this fear as a motivator and also a sign that I need to stop being so paranoid!

I know I'm going to stay on track and keep the compliments coming!!!
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    You will NOT go back. Don't even think about it. ;)
    2442 days ago
    Keep up the great work!!! Keep emoticon & remember how hard you have worked when you hear those compliments!!!
    2443 days ago
    Oh...the compliments are one of my fear points that I'm having to work through. It is one reason I've figured out I began hide again! Ugh!

    Happy Racing!
    2443 days ago
    Wow, I've had those same thoughts!
    2443 days ago
  • BELLE0308
    I have had some customers notice and when they say something I feel a little scared that I will now need to own this weight loss. Its on my shoulders. I fear failure so its a little tough. One of my friends told me the other day that I won't gain it back because I am changing my lifestyle. She has lost the weight she wanted and kept it off.

    Just be happy that they are noticing and make a note to yourself that you WILL NOT move backwards again. As long as you stay on top of it, everything will be ok. emoticon
    2444 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/16/2011 4:12:30 PM
    Don't worry about what may never happen Christine, you are doing great and that is all that matters :)
    2445 days ago
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