It Does Make Me Depressed....

My weight, does make me depressed from time to time, all I want is to be at least average, if I was average than I would be at least comfrotable. I hate being overweight, and i hate being uncomfrtable in my own skin. I so badly want to be thin, and the fact that my weight is where I don't want it to be, it makes me very depressed from time to time, and I hate that....

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3 Responses Feb 21, 2010

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I empathize. When you struggle with your weight it's such an outward ex<x>pression of an internal struggle. Stay with me, I realize that sounded like psychobabble. If you think about it, if you suffer from alcoholism or sex addiction or drug addiction or work-addiction, unless you are very hard up, your outward appearance may well seem normal. You can pass. You don't have to walk around feeling like the literal and metaphorical elephant in the room. But when you are overweight, your first interaction with someone is like saying: "I am fat. I am not worth as much as you. I am not as smart as you. I have no willpower." We all know this isn't true (even if we feel it is sometimes). We all know people are overweight for various reasons, but you and I both know that being overweight translates to those instinctive negative feelings by other, normal weight people.... hell and even by other who are overweight.<br />
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I'd love to say there's some quick fix (raw foods, jenny craig, etc.), but I've been struggling with my weight my entire life. You know I'm happy and confident if I fit into my size 6 jeans. You know I spend a lot of time alone and taking long showers when I'm rocking the size 20s. Perhaps you feel this way too. One thing I can say is that no matter how hard it is to start and how disheartening it may be, exercise has been the one thing that, no matter my weight, always makes me feel better... and thinner... than I really am. The more I exercise (not obsessively so), the better I feel, regardless of the number on the scale. <br />
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Something else that has helped me is not beating myself up for every meal. If I let myself have peanut butter and jelly every night for dinner, after a week or so I really don't want that anymore. The less I judge my food choices, the less appealing unhealthy choices seem. It is counterintuitive but true. With food there is also a withdrawal period, so if you just decide one day you will not eat anymore sugar, well for a week or so you're going to feel so bad. Then you'll eat sugar and get sick and start the cycle over. I personally think it's best just to eat what you want, when you want it, and eat it without judgement and without emotion. <br />
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Just a few thoughts for you. If you'd like to talk more, I'm here.

the real only way to lose diet isn't by going on those phony tv shows... buying those phony Weight Loss bars... it's by a simple, better diet. Good luck aly, i'm sorry you're not happy with how you look. To tell you the truth, whether you're skinny, big, tall, or small... everyone doesn't like something! Society is just silly like that... I'm 5'10'' at 119lbs and i've got some things I don't quite like about myself either! xoxo i'm always here for you.