Weekly weigh in time

Its time to go get weighed. I am nervous. I dont think I’ve done enough and I dont think I am going to lose anything. If I do I’ll be pleasantly surprised. I really dont know though I am not getting my hopes up. I was mostly good this week but there was a few times I slipped up. I sneakily weighed myself at home, but not sure my scales is right, sometimes it says I’ve lost, at other times it says I have gained. So I really dont know what to believe.

Guess I’ll find out soon enough. Fingers crossed guys!

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Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “Weekly weigh in time”

  1. Every time the nurse tells me to step on the scale I mutter, “If I wasn’t depressed before, I will be now.”

    Fortunately the stress of moving to Armpit and going off lithium plus mowing the quarter of a football field has taken 35 pounds off me since December. I’m still fluffy but I bought jeans two sizes smaller a while back cos they were only a buck and so cute…and now I fit into them.
    I don’t reccommend the stress diet but it’s a pleasant surprise for me since I thought the depression and stress of the move would make me gain.

    Don’t fret too much. As I’ve often said to anyone who critiques my size, “Yeah, but I can lose weight to be less fluffly, you’re always gonna be rude.”


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