Has anyone ever made some rather extreme thoughts about you losing weight?
Apparently, my housemates (who are trying to lose weight too) do not seem to happy about me losing weight because I eat less. It seems to me that they now see me as anorexic because of what I eat and the fact that I say no to unhealthy foods :c They even think I don't eat when I DO eat! I only make healthy changes to my eating, that's all.
As I know I needed to lose quite a bit, I decreased my carb portion a little and upped my vege intake. One of my housemates said that if you want to lose weight, don't snack. So I did, although sometimes I cheat a little... I'm also just like my dad, we prefer vegetables to meat. My family also leans more to vegetarianism than being omnivores. I do not have time to exercise because of my schedule, so I walk whenever I could but often end up playing tag with the train to uni.. Also, thanks to bento-ing, I'm accustomed to stop eating once I'm full. I tried to eat a little more yesterday (because of my housemates) and I felt very, very sick.
I have not lost as much as I should be able to when I really go on diet - i.e. skip meals and boot-camp exercise the weights off. If I were to do that, I'd already lost the amount I should lose by now..
Many people who are close to me have said I look as if I've lost a lot (but my best friends did not though). I'd like to take that as encouragements but sometimes, the comments sometimes go a little too far.
My parents are aware of this but they continue to support me in my journey because the reason I put on those extra 10-15kgs last year was due to a very bad "stress". Losing those extra weights could be one of the way to help me not recall that "stress" ever again, so I really wish I could do this.
These thoughts really bother me :'c