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Day #3

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Well I went to the lake with my Fiance and his family yesterday and completely burnt myself. It hurts so bad to move or do anything so i skipped my walk today and depending on how I feel tomorrow I might not go then either. I feel like I'm failing myself and my brothers because I stopped walking. I know I can continue once I feel better, but I should be able to go on whether I'm in pain or not. My Fiance has been trying to make me feel better by telling me I'm beautiful, Sexy, and perfect. He told me that I don't have to lose weight because to him I'm perfect, but he knows why I'm doing it so he's trying to not stop me. Although he does HATE when I use the word DIET or the word FAT, so I try not to use them. Instead I just tell him I'm eating healthier so I can lose weight not because I'm FAT but because I want to be healthy for when we try and have a kid and to play with my little brothers. I'm so blessed to have him in my life, to have someone who is willing to support my every decision and to stand behind me with encouraging words. It's still kind of sad though that I'm getting more encouragement from people who aren't my family (my fiance, his family, my friends) But the only thing I get from my own family (except my brothers and some cousins) is being called FAT, a FAILURE, a BEACHED WHALE. I know its not true, but it doesn't help it hurt any less
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    I'm sorry you got so burned...ouch! No need to feel bad about not walking or working out when you hurt and don't feel well. You can start again when you're better.

    Good you have some people to support you in your efforts. I don't call mine a diet either...just a healthy lifestyle.

    Good luck and emoticon (when you're all better!)
    1588 days ago
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