No more random weighing in!

We gave up our weighing scales this morning to Sarah.

It was tough. We were going to chicken out of doing it, but I knew we had to stick to the agreement.

We were being very unhealthy, and Emily had an obsession about weighing herself four or five times in the day, so it needed to be done.

We’ll get it back when we’re finished working with Sarah on the ED issues.

But I hope by then the obsessive thoughts about weighing ourselves will be less intrusive.

Dr. Barry was very understanding when I told her Emily was feeling very upset about having to give the scales up.

She totally got it and said hopefully in time she’ll come to terms with it.

I think she will. Right now though, her scales is gone, and she’s beside herself.

No more weighing in on a whim!

We’ll just weigh in at slimming world now, once a week, and we won’t have any idea before we go how much we weigh.

I think that will be a positive thing.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

20 thoughts on “No more random weighing in!”

    1. Thanks Cheryl, it’s really difficult but I’m going to try my best over the next couple of weeks. Anyway, I have no scales now so no weighing in I will only weigh in at Slimming World on Tuesday mornings 🦋❤️❤️

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