I’m guilty of always talking about how awesome it is to have maintained my 125-pound weight loss over the last six years and all of the benefits that come with it.
However, everything has its good and bad side (depending on how you look at it). And weight loss is no exception. For everyone that’s plus-sized and wants to drop some weight or anyone that was once plus-sized, this is for you. These are some examples of situations you may have to live with once you sustain your weight loss over the years. Here are seven downsides to keeping weight off long-term: Read them at Mind Body Green by clicking here.
Side Note: This article received a lot of controversy. It just goes to show that unless you've been a plus-size woman who is an introvert and/or has self-esteem issues, you will not understand this at all. I was told many times from strangers that I should be more positive about weight loss. Clearly, they don't know me.
This article was written for those women who were like I was. It's unfortunate that so many people still don't understand that a drastic weight loss is such a mental change that you either have to grow to get used to, or avoid (and revert back to the heavy person you once were). People only see the positives of weight loss because they haven't been over weight their entire lives like I was. *sigh* I hope you enjoy the article and that it hits home for some of you!
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