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Has anyone imagined themselves slimmer?

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#5
Same as Heaven here, I still feel thin, I dont feel any fatter. I sleep and dream at night but I dont feel any better in those thin dreams. Maybe thats why I am struggling, I have no inspiration
 
#6
I dreamt that I saw my own face in the mirror, and i had the lovely cheekbones that I had as a teen. This was 6 weeks ago, and its what made me go & join SW the next day!
 
#9
I dreamt that I saw my own face in the mirror, and i had the lovely cheekbones that I had as a teen. This was 6 weeks ago, and its what made me go & join SW the next day!

i had stunning cheek bones when i was 18 lol i was also a size 14 the smallest ive ever been in my adult life i cant imagine myself being a size 10 or 12 as i never have been.
 

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#10
I have no idea what I will look like at goal weight, I have been overweight since I was a kid and have never seen my adult self!!

I am buoyed by the results achieved on The Biggest Loser USA which I have been totally addicted to. Just goes to show that a healthy diet and exercise are all you need :)
 
#12
Same as Heaven here!! When my FIL asked why I'd let myself get so big (he can talk!) I didn't have an answer - as I didn't feel it (other than buying bigger clothes of course!) because it was so gradual!
When I look in my own mirror at home I see myself as 'thin' but catch myself in a window reflection and I don't recognise myself! :(
 
#13
did you give you father in law a slap lol
 
#14
I have no idea what I will look like at goal weight, I have been overweight since I was a kid and have never seen my adult self!!

I am buoyed by the results achieved on The Biggest Loser USA which I have been totally addicted to. Just goes to show that a healthy diet and exercise are all you need :)
Im currently watching The Biggest Loser Oz, I get really inspired by them :)
 
#15
did you give you father in law a slap lol
Lol - I quite like him but he's been insensitive a few times. He has a lot of weight to lose too but his idea of losing weight is;
brekkie - nothing or honey nut cornflakeswith whole milk
lunch-nothing or a mince pie/packet of crisps
dinner - pies or curry/packet stuff (no greens - he doesn't 'do' them) with a bottle of wine preceded by a couple of whiskies.

So when I told him I'd lost a stone on Saturday he was literally speechless as I always bring a crate of food & drink with me when I visit :roofles:
 
#16
Yes all the time I go to bed thinking about it and get up thinking about it. I use to be a size 12 and in my darker moments sit and think how did I go from that to a size 20. At my biggest 24/26,of course I know how I got to this size I ate and drank too much I even know why I did it. But for the 1st time in 9 years I am starting to believe that I could be slim again and hopefully wont have to imagine it for much longer.
Jayne
 
#18
Keep believing in that dream and in yourself, Mrs S. I did and I now have exactly the outfit you described. I am going to wear it at our Slimming World Christmas party in 2 week's time when I WILL be at target. :)))))))))
 


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