Eww and Icky

Monday, March 25, 2013

I'm simply confounded. I can wear smaller pants but I still get that "icky" feeling like I'm gaining weight. Perhaps it's just bloating. Perhaps it's my guilt coming to haunt me because my incapability to get to the gym as often as I would like.

I feel gross. I feel I look gross. It's just awful. I've been downing smoothies for breakfast or lunch, trying to make myself feel better about all this. I'm afraid to even check that scale. Okay, I checked: 272. Okay, it's not the million pounds I feel like. Still it's not the 267 that I had previously seen.

I've been thinking about dating a lot lately and I must say my weight fluctuations are not making me feel sexy at all. Eww is more the word. I don't know how I'm supposed to do this whole thing. Bah.... emoticon
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    Is there something that might make you feel better. I will usually put my favorite cloths on, do my hair and makeup and go for a nice walk or a drive, I usually feel better once I am back home.

    When I lose a pound well then I am super happy. So just eat well for one day at a time and you will see results. emoticon emoticon emoticon

    1892 days ago
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    1892 days ago
    Have to agree w/RHYMESWITHBABY . . . could it be a food sensitivity, bloating (hormonal)?

    Stress causes us to retain fluid. Of course, that only adds to the stress, but that's besides the point.
    1909 days ago
    There are a few different things it could be. What's in your smoothies? Maybe you have a food sensitivity you haven't encountered before? Could be the bloating you mention. Could be you are coming down with something like a stomach flu. Look after yourself!

    emoticon And as for this whole thing, you can do it! One day at a time!
    1909 days ago
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