Cheetara79- I know... but I'm here to get fit & not to lose weight. For me, my goals here are more about getting back in shape after having 5 major surgeries. That's why this whole issue hit me so hard , because my biggest goal right now is getting fit again. It's tough when someone you love, who's seen what you've gone through, tries to stand in the way of that. It's okay, I'm figuring out that I can do it on my own if I have to. I also know that I ALMOST always have a willing workout buddy - my 7 year old daughter! 3468 days ago
Change often bothers people; when we make changes, it tilts the status quo and friends and family members unwittingly (or knowingly...) try to get things back to how they were before we started making improvements. Be patient. Be firm. Persist. Do what you know is right for YOU.
This isn't an unusual problem. SP has many articles that address the problem. Here's one: "Defend Yourself Against Diet Saboteurs! Are Your Friends and Family Making You Fat?" -- By Rebecca Pratt, Staff Writer
redouble your efforts to take care of yourself. If someone is sabotaging, there is a reason and it has nothing to do with benefiting you, it is an issue they are having, they are still fat, think you will no longer love them etc,etc. So GLAD you are able to see what they are doing that is a GREAT step in getting past it and taking care of YOU!!! 3470 days ago