Don't you just want to scream? You've probably seen those diet commercials where a beautiful, happy, slender woman is talking about her weight loss as she stands beside a life-sized photo of herself "before" she started her diet. In the photo, she looks sad and miserable. Then at some point, she looks at her "before" photo with such disgust and disdain and pushes it away, out of sight, showing that she couldn't give a rat's patootie for the woman in that picture. Can you relate to that?
My Experience of Wasting 33 + Years Waiting for Perfect
I sure can. Despite feeling that way in the past about myself, having wasted years hating and resenting my fat thighs and curvy body, now when I see those commercials it just makes me want to cry. Like most women, I was raised to believe that my value was connected to my looks and my ability to be attractive.That's why I was so hell-fire bent on getting thinner.