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No matter what, the doctors wanted to blame it on my weight, just like when I was pounds. Even now, after losing all of the weight, I feel like I am just the girl with weight problems and am being told all over again to just lose weight. My weight loss journey taught me to love myself and never ever stop fighting. Self-love is what is going to get you through those negative comments and help you keep moving forward no matter what.
Yes, mentally this was very hard for me to hear. But I am not going to quit. I am not going to stop fighting. I will never let the opinions or comments of others break me down and make me stop fighting! Fight for your health, fight for your mental health, fight for your happiness and most importantly never stop fighting to love yourself!
To read more about this I have a whole blog post up now Jacquelineadan. I think I cried for about an hour. I felt ashamed and embarrassed and started questioning myself and my own body again and not feeling like I was good enough.
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Mentally, I felt myself spiral backward. It was tough to hear that. All my hard work and commitment to bettering not only my physical health but mental health, and it felt like it all got washed away for a second when I was told that I just need to lose more weight. Jacqueline admits that had the situation been handled differently, she wouldn't have felt that way.
Even if she thought I really was gaining weight, I feel like it would have been so much better to say it in a more compassionate way. Sometimes things happen in life.volunteerparks.org/wp-content/vinyceh/3521.php
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After getting surgery and subsequently discovering a deep love for running, she lost all that weight and has kept it off, all while sharing her journey with others. Her blog takes readers through tons of healthy recipes, step-by-step processes for things like home organization, fun things she finds while surfing the web and more. She went down from pounds to a healthy range of , and uses her engaging, neurotic style of writing to give people a different dose of weight loss reading.
In October , Lynn kissed almost half her bodyweight goodbye, all while inspiring others to do the same. Now, with thousands of followers to keep her accountable, Lyn continues to share what she ate, what fitness routines she does and weight loss musings as she strives to maintain her weight. She puts everything out there on the table, and it works.
Her honesty is engaging and will draw you in with every post. Mae started her blog to document her weight loss, and with over pounds gone, she is quite the role-model. Her many followers can come to her for no-holds-back reviews, tips, photos, weight loss progress and more.
He weighed in at a staggering pounds, a point where many people would just give up. Instead, Stephen has made his wellness journey a lifestyle.
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After spending many years growing up as an emotional and compulsive eater as a way to cope with verbal and emotional abuse, Mary decided it was time to make a change. She lost weight, re-gained it, and decided to start her blog as a way to keep herself motivated. Now, more than 40 pounds down, Mary believes in living life to the fullest while losing weight, not after.
Readers can follow along as she shares daily happenings, exciting events like when she went bungee jumping and parasailing , recipes and workouts. Quite impressive, if we do say so ourselves. With the knowledge that no change would most certainly bring death, Shawn started the blog and emailed the link to everyone he knew to stay accountable. And so began the journey of a morbidly obese man from pounds to losing over pounds, including in just 6 months. But she never lets that get her down, listing new goals and commitments often - commitments that she strives to keep.
In one post, Hollie expressed her frustration with the number on the scale staying put despite her best efforts for it to change. Rather than getting discouraged, Hollie promptly changed her tactics, made a new list of commitments, and continues to take it day-by-day to keep her promises to herself.
Her photos are sure to draw you as they are evidence of a truly stunning transformation. Krystle dropped almost pounds, and her current photos make it difficult to ever imagine her as overweight, let alone obese. Krystle takes others on a journey through her many workout choices she likes to switch it up often! Since she began blogging about her journey in January , she has lost a great deal of weight and is well on her way to her goal of More importantly, Haneefa changed her life and become a committed runner, tearing up numerous 5Ks and half-marathons.
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When she started blogging in , she weighed - not much healthier. In January , Dawn had lost it all and finally found herself in maintenance mode with a weight of By sharing her ambitions and wayfaring with her many members and page viewers, of course! One impressive thing about Dawn, weight loss never seems out of reach when she sets her mind to it.
Dawn is great at switching things up, doing different exercises, eating different foods and even joining in on gym and online contests to see who can lose the most weight. With a dedication to revision, hard work and everything in between yes, even the discouraging things , she lost over pounds and has transformed herself from a person who may not have lived past 65, to a role model of active living for women. Another up-and-comer, she started her blog last November with an opening weight of just over pounds. Now, she weighs in at As a former athlete, Nina has never been a small woman.
Leslie is not just a run-of-the-mill blogger. For Mary, weight is a constant battle, losing and gaining and losing some more, Mary intends to make this her last time seeing the numbers on the scale climb. Mary is quite creative with her blog. After spending 21 years in an abusive relationship and battling obesity her whole life, Sheryl decided it was time for a change. Sheryl is still fighting every day to get where she wants to be, and she is sure to trust readers by putting herself out there in a completely honest and open fashion.
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Not just chuckle a little, but actually laugh out loud. But she does, and her blog proves it. In January of , and weighing in at over pounds, Tony decided he was going to lose weight once and for all - and he did. Now, Tony is ripped - like literally ripped. At 5 feet 4 inches tall, Tina had let her weight creep up on her after graduating college. Through changing her eating habits and finding an impressive love of crossfit and other exercise regimes, Tina reached her goal weight of pounds in and has been sharing her story with others ever since.
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She is actively immersed in it, living every single day by her philosophy to get fit and have fun doing it, all while taking her thousands of fans along with her. Her blog recaps her numerous and quite impressive races, yummy healthy recipes, product reviews that you can actually use and much, much more. Definitely not one to miss. In , she set a goal to lose weight and start running. One year later, the difference was clear. Meghan went from an overweight woman in loose T-shirts to showing off her toned bikini body with friends.
She started her blog in , and was amazed at how popular it became. Now, with thousands of members and millions of pageviews, Meghann continues to take readers through her fun day-to-day life, races and her love of food along the way. She also seeks to love herself and find confidence - all while writing in her typical make-you-smile, make-your-day fashion.