11 kg lost and so I told him

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Dear SparkFriends

My last weigh in was two days ago. I was happier than the last one when I only lost 100 grams. This time 2 kg dropped out of my body and I have crossed the half way line.

Truth is, the week I only lost a few grams was the result of my outings with my boyfriend. I was conscious of the decision I made. Then, I was not ready to tell him nor impose conditions early on in our relationship. He keeps telling me I am beautiful and so I felt he would not understand the reasons for my dieting.

Last night, I told him that my appointment with the doctor went well. He attempted to ask how well. I told him that I have officially lost 11 kg. He picked me up and I could read pride on his face.

I had dreaded this conversation for so long. It had to be done, because without his understanding and support I could never continue dieting. The main reason being that it is costing me a lot of money. Yet I did not want to loose a good man over money nor did I want to stop a good routine at dieting.

Now, I need not to choose, for he understands and I am so thrilled.

The journey continues, I have around 11 kgs more to go. At this pace, it should take me 3 months on average.

I am one to keep secrets because I am not comfortable with disclosing everything. I cannot stand feeling too exposed, too predictable. However in this circumstance sharing was better and I am not regretting it at all.

I just thought I'd share this with you too.
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    Thank you both for your support. Telling him lifted a huge weight off my shoulder. It was another positive step towards a quest for a healthier me.

    Wishing you all the best in your journey
    1985 days ago
    Wow, super cool!!! Having a supportive partner means the WORLD!
    1986 days ago
    1986 days ago
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