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JENNCOSTA85
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My Realization

Saturday, November 10, 2012

I thought that everything was fine. That I was ok with how I looked and how I felt. I told myself that I was pretty and that my husband loved me and everything about me. I told myself that being bigger was ok and that skinny girls needed curves like mine. Then I went to a fall festival with my family. I took pictures and had so much fun. Once I came home and uploaded all the photos is when it happened. I saw my face and how truly big I had allowed myself to become. I barely recognized myself. That is when I decieded to change my life. I can't do the things I used to, eat the way I used to. I have to make myself healthy, and I need to learn to love myself and the way I look.
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  • v JUSGETTENBY42
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    1328 days ago
  • v JENNCOSTA85
    Thanks! :-)
    1328 days ago
  • v DIANE7786
    I'm also here because of a photo. It's okay. You spent time doing other things. Now it's time to learn to eat healthy and exercise to improve your appearance and long-term health. If was hard for me at first. Now I really prefer healthy food. Exercise is still a chore but the results are worth it. You can do it too!
    1328 days ago
  • v JENNCOSTA85
    Thank you so much! I really appreciate it! My friend introduced me to this site, and so far I am very pleased with it! I can't wait to see more! :-)
    1328 days ago
  • v GLINDAGOODWITCH
    (((((((JENN)))))))))))))

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    Don't you fret. You have now crossed over to a wonderful accepting community. Stick around awhile and you will meet tons and tons of people who are in your shoes. Including me!

    Most importantly, keep coming back! You won't regret it.

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    1328 days ago
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