Hate "skinny" compliments

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  • You think thousands of thoughts each day. You talk to yourself more than anyone else. You are your most trusted advisor and confidant. Many of the conversations that you have with yourself you would never share with anyone else because to do so would expose the “real” you. The you that is filled with self doubt, worries, sadness, guilt, hurts and disappointments.
  • It's difficult thinking under quarantine
  • Why not? I love compliment.
  • I have a full face - I donít even know - maybe the truth is really bad ... They say so mom, mother's friends, and some more. It's a shame. I tried so much. I am 25 years old. Did it happen to you that after losing weight some people from your environment didnít like you? And then there are such topics - I lost 27 kg, for example. Well, and how, were there those who said - and where are your chubby wonderful cheeks and where are the dimples on the cheeks? By the way, I lost 10 kg.
  • The reaction of friends was not happy
  • Just try to keep in the mind their just probably trying to be nice and they're not trying to imply you didn't look good before. Even though it may seem like that sometimes
  • It depends on how it is said.
  • You should allow the compliments to be reminders of your journey and be proud of what you did.
  • I have signs of diabetes, my body craves for food, and I have difficulty keeping my weight back.