It is with great relief that I would like to remove my membership from your club. I have been a member within your club for as long as I can remember. I was initiated into your club by my mother, who of course was initiated into your club by her mother. I need this membership to stop with me, however.
Membership in your club has caused me great distress and distain. It has contributed to unhealthy habits that have hurt me not only physically but also mentally. This engrained abuse cannot continue and I, thus, must remove myself as a member of your club.
Now, I realize that I've been a lifetime member of your club. In reality, however, my closure of membership into this club will not be that impactful due to the popularity of your club. I only wish that others would come to the reality of how painfully harmful membership in your club is.
Let's take the other day, for example. I was eating lunch at work and got full. I actually felt remorse over the fact that I was full and was going to have to throw away the food that was left on the plate. It was about 3/4 of my lunch, but I was full. The food sat on my desk for an hour before a coworker finally helped me throw it away. It's because of the membership in your club that I was having such an issue.
I am proud to say that I am okay with not being a member in the club. The other night when I indulged and went out to dinner with my boyfriend, I ordered a small portion of food (really a kid's play) and only ate a little bit of it. The next day for lunch, I again, was only able to consume a little bit before again being full. The picture below is what is left after 2 times of attempting to finish the 2 6 inch tortilla meat/cheese burritos and 5 bacon wrapped prawns.
If I was a member of your club still, these would have been gone the 1st setting AND I would have been OVERSTUFFED. It is because of membership cancellation that I have been working on listening to the signs my body is giving me to stop eating and that I'm full.
I know it will be difficult for me to continue not being a member of the club but I also know that my drive and determination to succeed will make me successful. After all, this is my quest to be healthy... this is my quest to be a better me... this is MY year!!!!