Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.
JUDYAMK
(Online Now)
25,000-29,999 SparkPoints 25,472
SparkPoints
 

Examine your nakedness!!!

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Yesterday as I stood before the long mirror with my back towards it I peeled off my clothes I then held a hand mirror I had to see my back side I stood there & examined my backside, before I would quickly glance away as if I was turning the pages of a boring book,& skipping to the next page. I saw each fold & roll, I touched it & felt the doughy folds of fat. I slowly turned to the front I thought gee it looks better in the front, then I slowly turned to the side. I was a gasp . There it was my stomach protruded out like beach ball , my sides, had rolls of fat like a cascading waterfall, my breast hung like a Baltimore Oriole nest, My jaw line drooped like a turkey gobbler. I stood for a long time turning & touching examining getting the feel of what it felt like in flesh & in thoughts . You did this to yourself, now you will put yourself back together. I know I am older & we lose our elasticity in our body, but I know I can get rid of the excess fat. I want my back side to be curvy with the sides curved in giving me a waist,I want the beach ball stomach to deflate, I want the jaw & neck line to be pulled in with my chin protruding out just a tad. I want my breast to be like a Robins nest round not droopy. Every day before dressing I am going to examine my nakedness. I am not going to quickly glance away I am coming face to face with it. I really belief by seeing this it will slowly put the thougt in my mind every time the late night eating or over indulging
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • v MAUITN
    Wow! I must thank you for this new habit. I've looked, but as you say, we glance and see what we want to see or what was once there. From here on out, I will take a good, long, look and take that as motivation. emoticon
    1399 days ago
  • v BIKECHIC1
    Well done for facing your nakedness head on, for a very long time I couldn't look at myself in the mirror and still hate doing it but if I don't I see a totally different body in my minds eye....I see this tall, slim, raven haired beauty instead of the short, slightly oval ordinary looking girl, which strives me to work hard to get where I want to be.

    You truly are an inspiration.
    1400 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/24/2012 4:31:01 AM
  • v HEALTHYIN2014
    It takes a strong woman to face yourself in the mirror with nothing on but what you were born with. emoticon I'm glad you are able to take responsibility and do something able it. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1401 days ago
  • v MEXGAL1
    Hey, good for you to face your body. We all hate things about our bodies. There is so much angling skin on mine that I try not to look. Clothes are a good thing for me. I love 3/4 sleeves as I don't like my sagging arms hanging out.

    1402 days ago
  • v CLAIREINPARIS
    This is brave! emoticon emoticon
    1402 days ago
  • v JACKIE542
    I did that and it totally motivated me to lose weight. I thought my body would not go back. It did. Not like I was 20, but I look like myself if that makes any since. Just make sure you strength train, that was my downfall. Got to keep the muscles toned as you lose. Good luck! emoticon
    1402 days ago
  • v MOMMY2GIRLS
    me too i cant wait til i can look in the mirror and be happy with my body
    1402 days ago
  • v CAVEPRINCESS65
    Hem, glad I am not the only one doing this!
    For me, it helped me being motivated enough to work harder doing abs, strength exercises involving back (roll by bra line) starting to go away but very slow
    Anyway, we still look good (older gals can look better than younger gals out there)
    We are as good as we feel; as sexy as we feel
    emoticon emoticon
    Good luck in your journey!!!
    1402 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.