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Old 01-24-2014, 10:33 PM   #454
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I was reading a blog or article on HuffPo and it reminded me of those reasons we were discussing about women not noticing the weight change. Here is an excerpt and the link:

"First of all, one of the moms joked that if I lost any more weight, no one would want to hang out with me. I already felt that. There was a judgment thing going on and of course jealousy could have been behind it. Also, people don't like when we change. It bugs them out. It makes them confront certain parts of themselves they think they can't change. Many times when a woman would see I lost weight, she would tell me how they should lose weight or give me excuses why they haven't. I never knew what to say. I'd offer tips, but the conversation never really seemed to be about weight in the end."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jenny-...ef=mostpopular
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