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Whitey
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I totally agree with all your comments. I think we are still the same person regardless of being fat or thin and are very protective of our old selves. People don’t seem to realise how hurtful their comments can be. I was told by a ‘friend’ that I dressed very well for a fat person! I know she didn’t mean to be hurtful but how would she feel if I told her she dressed well for an old person! My most upsetting comments came from my mum during my teenage years when she would say things like “you’ve got such a pretty face….” which I always thought meant shame about the rest of you. I’m wondering if I do need some form of therapy as after losing almost 5 & a half stones I don’t feel I look much different and despite buying new smaller clothes going from size 28 to size 20 I will always pick up larger clothes to try on. It is almost like I don’t see the new me. I still have a long way to go but I feel my head is still lagging behind my body.

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