Post # 1
I am almost embarrassed to admit this but I have a wicked jealous streak when it comes to weightloss.
Since the first week of February I have lost 24 pounds. I am thrilled and still need to lose a fair bit more until I reach my goal (maybe 30 pounds) but I’m dedicated, eat well and do cardio/weight training daily. I know I will get there.
Life is going great- until I hear someone else has lost more weight than me in a shorter amount of time. Then I turn into a green eyed monster! The self talk starts “why did she lose more than me?”,”I train harder/I eat better”,”I’m more dedicated”.. Blah, blah, blah.
It’s awful and I feel like such a small person. I also get jealous when people eat junk, drink lots of alcohol and have good figures!
I don’t say anything (obviously!) but I sometimes really tears me up!
Please tell me I’m not the only jealous monster fitness bee!
Post # 3
well, I should be jealous of YOU! I’ve lost 10lbs since the beginning of the year. Go at your pace and focus on KEEPING it off vs. losing fast. You’re doing a fantastic job!
Post # 4
Trust me, you’re not the only one. I’ve always been very competitive about this, and I am not a competitive person at all. I try not to be, but that doesn’t change how I feel. I feel bad if I don’t live up to my own personal standards (like when I gain weight), and I’m so jealous of those who don’t have to work to stay thin/lose weight. I think almost all girls feel this way (at least the ones I know do).
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2012 - Father\'s Vineyard Church/ A Touch of Class Banquet Center
I’ve been trying to lose weight like a mo-fo. I have a hormone disorder that makes it a big harder. I have lost 5 pounds since January. My cousin has lost 70. I really got down on myself, until I found out that she had a lap-band surgery. Then I realized why she had lost all of the weight so fast.
I also realized that everyone’s body reacts differently, so I just need to keep plugging away and being pleased with my progress!
Post # 6
I am not a fitness bee, I eat junk and I am 105 lbs….with that being said I am jealous of women that have curves and fill out their wedding dresses better! I guess we can never be satisfied?
Post # 7
Nothing to be jealous of because you’re living the healthier life!
Post # 8
I hear you. It took me an entire year to lose about 15 lbs, losing the last 5 is brutal. The only way I get over feeling ‘meh’ about certain parts of my body are finding things I love every time I get down on myself…. ‘damn, my butt looks good today’ .. or ‘my thighs don’t rub nearly as much as they used to!’…. 😛 it’s hard to see the positives but I’m sure you look great. Congrats with losing the pounds! That’s something to be proud of.
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
If someone else lost more than 24 lbs in 2 months, they should be jealous of you because they likely did not do that in a healthy way and you probably did.