Originally Posted by nivelles piret
lol, tft gonna tft
Wow, big congrats JP. Inspirational, indeed.
Were you able to stay consistent the whole way through or did you make a bunch of mistakes and have to get back on the grind? It seems the hardest thing is to accept it's inevitable to make mistakes and the important thing is to just always go back to eating right and exercising. Anyway, props if you were consistent and props if you just kept jumping on the horse. Huge accomplishment.
edit. One more question. Often when people quit a bad habit or lose a bunch of weight they're either very understanding about other addicts/obese people or they look down on them. How do you feel about people that are very overweight and don't put in every effort possible to lose the weight?
Since I'm asking personal questions to someone I don't know I'll add a fwiw. I've never had to watch my weight nor exercise and I've always been thin. I'm old enough now that I feel unhealthy enough that I've had to start eating right and exercises for reasons beyond vanity. I try not to judge anyone so that extends to addicts/obese people, too. Life's hard and people have different levels of motivation and "will power". Not to mention different metabolisms! /csb