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Thursday, May 01, 2014

For the past two weeks I have been feeling very sick and lethargic. I am constantly nauseous, sick to my stomach, in pain, suffering from a great headache, or puking. I have no idea what is wrong or why this is happening.
But because of that I haven't been able to stay on track with my workouts and I can feel myself gaining back the weight. I haven't weighed myself, so I don't even know if I have actually gained any. But I look in the mirror and am disgusted by what I see. I am constantly focused on the fat I can feel clingy to my body. The other day I started bawling when with my boyfriend, because I couldn't stand my body being naked and exposed. It is causing so much pain in my life I cannot focus on anything else.
The only word I have to describe the last month is a struggle, and I just don't know what to do anymore.
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    Thank you so much SALLY041. I defiantly agree with the idea that I need to start working on my overall body image and accepting it as it is now, instead of only thinking about the changes I would like to make. I truly appreciate you taking the time to give me the honest truth and remind me that I deserve to love the body I am in. Once again, thank you.
    1815 days ago
  • SALLY041
    Go see a medical doctor whom you can talk to right away and consider complying with whatever recommendations he or she makes. Not to upset you, but the way you are feeling parallels the morning sickness I suffered when I was pregnant with my children.
    One piece of advice I read years ago regarding losing weight is that people who hate their body struggle very much to lose the pounds. By liking and respecting your body even with a few pounds is the impetus to losing weight. The more you hate the way your body looks, the more you gain; the more you like your body, the more you lose. Learn to like yourself, your life, and your body (even with a few extra pounds) more and things will go better for you.
    Keep in touch and relax. You deserve to like yourself and your body.
    1815 days ago
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