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Thursday, February 14, 2013

I'm big. I'm jiggly. I'm self conscious about about these things, and that makes me self conscious about exercising in front of other people. Now, I realize that I shouldn't have to, but that also means I feel self conscious working out in front of my boyfriend. The only room in my apartment with enough room to actually move is our bedroom, and when he's home, that's mostly where he hangs out. Even if he's staring at the computer, if I try to work out while he's there, I feel like he's staring, judging. Now, this is absurd because he wouldn't everdo anything to put me down, and aside from being a bad food influence, he never judges or tries to convince me otherwise when. I feel like I need to do more for my health; he just reminds me that he finds me beautiful, and I shouldn't worry a out how I look, only how I feel. How do I tell this well meaning, very loving man that I feel like he's standing between me and exercising? He has no problem turning off what he's watching so that I can watch videos with routines, but as soon as something challenging comes up in the routine, I get embarrassed and give up...
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  • LHLADY517
    Maybe let him read this blog, that might work.
    1893 days ago
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