You have to learn to ignore it. Losing weight is about a lot of things, but when you really boil down to the root of it, it comes down to two things:
Aesthetics: If I told you Jessica Alba was 245 lbs in the movies "Honey" and "Sin City", would that make her any less attractive? No. As men, we still all want her.
Health: Regardless of which scale you use, you're just as healthy or unhealthy as you were before. If you keep exercising and dieting, you'll be moving in the correct direction. Why give it up because one of the scales is not calibrated correctly?
Weight is one of the least important metrics we have. Look at these two pictures -
Both of these men weigh the exact same. They are heavyweights in the UFC. Do their bodies look anything like each other? Absolutely not. What's the key difference? Body fat. Two people with the same weight but different body fat percentages will look nothing like each other.
Ignore the scale for a while, it'll put a whole new perspective on things and keep you less worried and more motivated.
If you think my post is too abrasive, harsh, or offensive, you're:
B) Too sensitive.
C) Not going to receive an apology for pointing it out.