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Sometimes I just hate being crazy

Posted by Racer on November 9, 2008, at 0:10:12

I get so sick of this sometimes. I worry that I've gained weight, even though my scale says I haven't, because my pants feel tight. I want to lose weight, because I feel fat as a pate even though my scale says that I'm not overweight. I'm terrified that the new medication my doctor just prescribed will make me gain weight -- despite all sorts of assurance to the contrary. I feel like a "failed anorexic," because I can't lose a bit of weight, because I can't restrict as much as I used to, because I do go out and eat with people -- and usually eat far more than I planned, too.

Sometimes, I just get so sick of this!

And then the comments people make -- enough with telling me I'm too thin, enough with the "you should eat that candy -- you need to gain weight," no more telling me your dog weighs more than I do! Would you say, "Gee, you weigh that? My pony weighs less!" Or, "I'd better put this bowl of candy away, you certainly don't need any of it." C'mon, people -- enough!

But mostly, it's that constant awareness that gets old for me.





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