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    SUMMER2203   18,033
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being resentful is ugly...i need to stop...

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

i am lucky enough to still be best friends with the same people that i have been friends with since age 11....not many people can say this. my friends all happen to be completely gorgeous and skinny, along with being the best friends that literally anyone could ask for.

i just went for a walk with one of them, who has recently been complaining a lot about gaining about 10 lbs. she is 5'8" and the weight gain is not at all noticeable. that being said, i understand that any gain is hard, despite what your body shape is.

anyway. we were going for a walk...and she decides to get an entire pint of super extra-calorie-filled ice cream to eat...all at and i resent her for it. that she can fulfill her craving, despite being mad at weight gain, and still look like she hasnt gained any weight. it isnt fair, but it isnt her fault, and i need to stop being a bit*h! it makes me feel guilty...but im so jealous! i wish it had always been easy for me weight-wise, and that i had not had to deal w this my whole life!
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BONOLICIOUS2 5/1/2013 8:47AM

    This is SUPER frustrating. I have a friend just like that. I've actually watched her eat an entire pizza. But I keep telling myself how stuff like that can really make you ugly on the inside. I bet her heart or liver isn't loving all of that fat and grease. I think if you feel good inside, the outside will follow, and being skinny will NOT fix everything. I second everyone else here - it doesn't mean they don't have issues too!

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NIKKICOLE83 4/30/2013 10:29PM

    Many times we think that skinny people have it all together and are worry free but in reality they have issues too, if not more. I think that is why many people struggle with maintenance- they think that being skinny erases all worry in the world and it doesn't. And just because she is smaller in size than your does not mean she is healthier than you, especially if she is eating pints of fattening ice cream in one sitting.

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DEBORAH2180 4/30/2013 9:56PM

    I used to be that skinny girl where I can eat and eat and eat and not gain an ounce. My sisters were extremely jealous of me. Well, it all caught up with me and I just could not understand how it happened! Having kids played a major role...but when I complain to my sisters, they laugh at me in good kind saying now I feel their burdens. So, that being said, one day you may be the skinny one and she may be the fat one...and on that day, you can introduce her to an awesome website called Sparkpeople, a place where you can share these feelings and make amazing friends!

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RESPONSIBLE4ME 4/30/2013 9:40PM

    I think every has those "skinny" friends that can seemingly eat whatever they want. I always joke around and say they can eat a pint of ice cream and i'd gain the weight for them. But, just remember, everyone fights their own battles. Maybe her's isn't a weight issue to battle but if you could walk in her shoes for awhile, you'd probably realize there's nothing to be jealous about. Still super frustrating, I know!

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