This probably sounds daft, but I'm now at about the weight I got to when I lost with LighterLife, which is also the lowest weight I've been as an adult. I really struggled when I got to this point last time, and I'm starting to wobble now. I think it's because I'm really nervous of what I'm going to look like. It probably sounds really daft, but I first put on loads of excess weight when I was unwell aged 12. So I've never been a normal or even overweight weight as a teenager, let alone an adult, and I don't know what I'm going to look like. I'm not quite sure why it's freaking me out so much, as presumably I'll just look like a thinner version of what I look like now in the mirror. Has anyone else battled with this? I'm so determined to lose this weight and get there, so I'm not about to give in - and setting myself the cycle challenge is helping, as I need to lose the weight to have a hope of being able to cycle 45 miles! I guess I want to be sure that when I've lost the weight and look in the mirror it will still feel like it's 'me' looking back.