I remember when I was losing weight (60 pounds, years ago) so many people would tell me to eat more, say I didn't need to lose more, bring me food and try aggressively to make me...
eat more or order something different, and some people looked downright angry. I had a group at work have an intervention of sorts even and tell me they're worried. It was confusing at the time but thinking back, it makes me angry. They had also never known the thin me so it was weird I guess to see me thin and fit. This was five years ago by the way and I've successfully maintained the weight loss.
Absolutely. I've seen this with my own eyes with other women. I was at a BBQ recently. A woman was eating a salad and just then hamburger meat and declined dessert or something....(more)6-12-2016 10:06am
Another woman kept goading her, "c'mon! Just eat it! What's the problem? Everyone is eating dessert pure not going to get fat. Cmon!" But then her tone got freakin nasty and I was like whoa
^^weight/fitness/looks/discipline is an issue most women are sensitive too. Seeing another women do it brings out one's own insecurities about it, often. It is human nature. Not...(more)6-12-2016 10:08am
in your head. I see it a loooot! I work with mostly women
Op: I counted calories using my fitness pal. I ate about 1200-1400 calories a day with light exercise several times a week. I lost about 2-3 pounds most months and it took about a...(more)6-12-2016 10:09am