When Does A 140 lb Weight Loss Become Depressing??
Sunday, December 02, 2012
A weird question, I know. But, exactly when does such a weight loss become depressing? When it's no longer that weight loss. It took me about 13 months to lose 140 lbs and just a few months to gain about 45 lbs back. I can't seem to get back on track no matter what I do. It's extremely depressing. Everyday starts off with good intentions and as the day goes on, well forget about it. I think the change in my work schedule and transportation home is affecting me to a point. My bf used to pick me up from work and I'd be home in 15 mins. Now, I'm back to public transportation which means it takes me about 90 mins to get home. This is throwing off my eating. I WAS so proud of myself and now I feel like I did when I started my journey at 328 lbs. Yes, a lot of weight is still off and it's a daily fight to not put back on anymore weight and to start getting the scale moving back in the opposite direction. I know I'm not the same person I was at 328 lbs and I'm still down about 100 lbs from that but the 1st time hitting this weight was such an accomplishment, now it's depressing. Isn't it funny how when I 1st reached the weight I am now I was celebrating but going past this weight and putting some weight back on and bringing me back to this weight is being looked at as a failure. And, that's what I feel like a failure. :(