Just wanted to say I'm glad you're back (not that I've been good about posting lately) and I'm sorry you had such aggrivation with your daughter- glad it's turning out well.
Also, if that guy was worried about your size, then he's not good enough for you. He's not the kind of person that you'd want to be with anyway, so it's better you found out now! Loose weight for YOU and your health, NOT so some looser with image issues will like you. This is one area of your life where it's best to be completely selfish in your reasons!
Stay tuned into doing this for YOU and in time the right one will come along who will appreciate ALL of you for who you are. The better you feel about yourself, the more apt you will be to draw others toward you.
It all starts with ramping up your own sense of value and worth. Which is what SparkPeople is all about...following a healthier path so we can lead more fulfilling lives!
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Hey everyone, remember me? I have missing in action since my daughter left for the South Pacific 11 days ago. I had all these plans, but they fell out the window on Day 3. She called from Fiji to tell me that all her money, credit cards, and personal information had been stolen and that she had nothing. So I spent the next two days trying to get her money and copies of everything. With a 16 hour time difference I spent most of that time wake feeling helpless because she was so far away and there was nothing I could do. Finally, was able to get in touch with one of the other girls that is on the trip so I got in touch with the mother and put it on the girls debit card, so that stress went away, but not after shoving food down my throat.
Then, this past Sunday I meet a nice guy and we hit it off...he said something that struck me kind of funny. "This other woman I met yesterday didn't look like her picture." So, I'm like okay, so what. Went spent the day together, laughing, talking, getting to know each other, and then he hugged me bye. I got home emailed him and thanked him for a lovely time, but my gut was telling me that he was going to have a problem with my weight. Sure enough I get "Hello Misty,,, I had a good time as well & thanks for letting me use your chair... Keep me posted on local events... :)" Now I haven't heard from him at all and I'm feeling very frustrated because I have a gut feeling that he is all about size. So, today I did 40 minutes on the treadmill and another 20 minutes of cardio.
I'm rambling, but I have never felt this way because my husband liked me for me and not for what I looked like.
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