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A New Set of Problems

Monday, April 02, 2012

emoticon Who would have thought? That reaching goal or in my case, way below goal, would bring another set of problems...Before, when I was heavy, I hated going shopping because I could find nothing that fit. Well, guess what, that hasn't changed! Now, I still have problems finding something that fits!
In jeans, which I wear most of the time, the smallest womens size are now too large & if you go to junior's, all you can find are those low riding hip huggers, which I don't like & am too old to wear anyway..so most of what I wearing now is too big & looks terrible, so now a new set of problems presents itself...I can just hear some say, I would like to have her problem...but really, it is not fun either.
I know that being lean is better for my health & if ever I can find some decent clothes that fit again, I will be more pleased about it..
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  • PHOENIXNICKI
    I can imagine all the work to feel great again, but you cannot feel great without the show off clothes. Who would have thought. Just from losing 6 lbs. this week, I saw myself in a mirror and the pants I had on were so baggy it made me look sloppy and fat! So I can imagine your dilema! Now is a year later, did you find anything that fits now?
    2785 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/15/2013 8:27:54 AM
  • 1_AMAZING_WOMAN
    Eons ago I had that problem. I ended up wearing some clothes I really didn't want to wear cause it was the only things I could find (in juniors) to wear. I have a picture of me in some really wild pants with big red flowers that I can hardly believe I ever wore.
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    I didn't like them when I bought them, but there was worse than that, so I bought them.

    Amber
    2849 days ago
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