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Re: Talking about weight in therapy Daisym

Posted by Dinah on May 12, 2008, at 21:20:05

In reply to Re: Talking about weight in therapy, posted by Daisym on May 12, 2008, at 20:29:43


I don't think I'd be able to flirt at all. That'd be up there with acting, or doing voices. :)

My therapist has more or less said I dress in a less than attractive way, and that I'm overweight. Or at least he's said I shouldn't be hard on myself about my weight, because it was caused by medications.

But he also often expresses surprised compliments when I bring in pictures of me at different ages. Young adult me got "handsome", older teenage me got "va va voom", and little girl me got "just like a young Meg Ryan". Sigh. Like when my friend's wife saw a picture of me when I was younger and said "Hey, you used to be pretty!!!"

And that was *before* I gained weight.

Appearance issues, me? How could this be?




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