Look into your soul and try and figure out why there is no man in your life<snip>
This was a low blow dude. Seriously.
Look into your soul and try and figure out why there is no man in your life. I doubt it has to do with the weight. ..
Closing this thread will stop us from having to read classless
rubbish like this. This is only Feb, what will the discourse be
like by July?
In my case, it's obvious ... (I'm 12) ...Quote: SOOPOO
... try and figure out why there is no man in your life.
I lost 35 pounds about 3 years ago, my partner lost over 70 pounds during the same period. We have kept it off for 3 years and are both near our ideal weight. Our doctor is amazed that we took it off and kept it off saying that almost no one ever does that ... it took us about 40 weeks ... I did it through a combination of lifestyle & diet changes, my partner did it through a 12 step program ... our combined weight was over 390 pounds, it is now about 285 pounds. Shall I start a thread?
Actually, that is quite commendable.
But Hot Blonde's willingness to share her bold attempt is very inspiring. Her ultimate goal is to lose half her body weight. I find that the opposite of narcissism. She went from posting old photos of herself to admitting that she was morbidly obese, and asked for help in motivation to accomplish something extremely difficult.
She has said that she considers herself a winner even if she doesn't win the money.
I find that the opposite of narcissism.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Wikipedia):
Symptoms of this disorder include, but are not limited to:
Reacts to criticism with anger, shame, or humiliation
May take advantage of others to reach his or her own goal
Tends to exaggerate their own importance, achievements, and talents
Imagines unrealistic fantasies of success, beauty, power, intelligence, or romance
Requires constant attention and positive reinforcement from others
Easily becomes jealous
Lacks empathy and disregards the feelings of others
Obsessed with oneself
Mainly pursues selfish goals
Trouble keeping healthy relationships
Is easily hurt and rejected
Sets unrealistic goals
Wants "the best" of everything
Appears as tough-minded or unemotional
To your corners, take a few breaths, and let us carry on sans daggers.
Consider it a dare.