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Trouser therapy

#1
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In an effort to get kick started I decided today on a couple of courses of action:

1. Get back onto Minimins (positive peer influence and mutual support)
2. Bring my trousers to work (ritual humiliation) :D

I got onto Minimins first thing this morning and made my first post and then I took my trousers to work.

The trousers in question are two pairs of teeny, tiny size tens that I used to wear to work the last time I managed to shed 3stone.

I had decided to 'share' them with a couple of colleagues i.e. "look at what I used to wear before I became a bloater" (again!).

So, shoving my pride deep into the pocket of a pair of rather large size 16 trousers, I took the little kegs out of the bag and held them up for the girls to see.

I was met with looks of astonishment, disbelief and a little pity (they're nice girls!) before they both fell about in fits of giggles.

I had to join them.

I have decided that 'trouser therapy' may just work for me and have decided to keep them in my drawer at work so that if I am tempted to stray from the path of ss, I will have a reminder of 'the way we were' and what could be again if I can retain my resolve.

Maybe others should try trouser therapy?
 
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S: 23st4lb C: 20st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 43.3 Loss: 2st5lb(10.12%)
#2
haha, sounds a good idea actually, though even my trousers at my smallerst were 16s so not exactly petiite, lol.
 

Nally

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S: 31st9lb C: 22st4lb G: 13st7lb Loss: 9st5lb(29.57%)
#3
I have a pair of size 14 jeans hanging on my wardrobe and as the background picture on my phone to spur me on in weak moments!
 


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