Whenever I lose weight - in the past and present I transform into my mental image of a superhero. Ok, not superhero but realistically, I become stronger emotionally because I know for the time being I am winning the battle over food.
I am in control. And I find myself, for whatever reason (( and this is one of my quests for knowledge on this latest and hopefully LAST journey )) I stop taking crap from people.
Maybe it's the equation of 'less crap intake, (junk food) equals less crap period.' My self esteem grows and I stop being the doormat.
So I'm curious. Any like minded people here? Would you share an example of something you've done (or not done) since embarking on your weight loss journey? Something where you felt stronger to face day to day situations?
Or am I the only person who let my self worth be defined by my weight ~ and the higher it went, the less I felt I was worth...?
I'm not losing WEIGHT. I'm converting FAT to MUSCLE to be healthier.