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By fatto - / Tuesday 30 May 2017 16:00 / Sweden
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By  HalfLit  |  17

If you don't like your life, you are the only one who can change it. You deserve it for feeling sorry for yourself.

By  Starzak  |  17

My question is whose idea was it for OP to lose weight? If it was a decision that was imposed on her by her husband, then the lack of commitment, while not something that can be supported or condoned, is somewhat understandable. If however, OP decided she wanted to lose weight, or it was a mutual/joint decision, then this is far more concerning. As a former fatty myself OP, I just want to say that often times, the hardest hurdle to overcome is the initial one - committing to the cause. It took me at least 2 years after deciding to lose, to fully commit to the task. Even if you make "small steps", hopefully they're forward, and not sideways and then eventually, backwards.

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By  HalfLit  |  17

If you don't like your life, you are the only one who can change it. You deserve it for feeling sorry for yourself.

By  Starzak  |  17

My question is whose idea was it for OP to lose weight? If it was a decision that was imposed on her by her husband, then the lack of commitment, while not something that can be supported or condoned, is somewhat understandable. If however, OP decided she wanted to lose weight, or it was a mutual/joint decision, then this is far more concerning. As a former fatty myself OP, I just want to say that often times, the hardest hurdle to overcome is the initial one - committing to the cause. It took me at least 2 years after deciding to lose, to fully commit to the task. Even if you make "small steps", hopefully they're forward, and not sideways and then eventually, backwards.

By  notafoot  |  8

It's a start, OP! Doing a little exercise is already so much better than doing none at all. If you'd have eaten the candy anyway then it's actually a win. (also btw guys nowhere does it say that OP is a woman or fat, just that they don't exercise)

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if she's old enough to have a husband, shouldn't she already be an "expert walker"? one step at a time is something you tell babies not fatso's that feel sorry for themselves and are considered invalids because they can't fucking walk

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  GhostFox  |  33

Hooded, the hilarity in your statement is that most people actually don't walk right, and that's why so many people get hurt when they first start being more active. Especially if they are using bad shoes or are used to walking in high heels. So the fact you think people automatically are "expert walkers" shows how little you know about walking for exercise rather than transport. It's almost like you're talking out of your asshole without actually knowing what you're talking about!

By  lost_soul135  |  1

Small steps work and they are the best way to go. A year ago my husband and I couldn't run 3 minutes on a treadmill and now we can do 5k in under 30 minutes! Just keep at it!

By  Yudith  |  11

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a first step. You did it! Great for you! Just keep going outside every morning for this morning walk and soon, you might be able to follow your husband to work on your own bike as well! And don't forget to congratulate yourself any time you eat a fruit instead of those candies. Soon you're gonna be sooo healthy and fit! Hugs and kisses!

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