You have nightmares about five people ‘unfollowing’ you at once.
I’m watching food network and this guy is talking to his food giving it a personality and saying “she is going for a dip, and she gonna get all warm” and it’s making me really uncomfortable
I thought I was the only one who thought this…….
I never complain about people of facebook on here but I honestly can’t hold off anymore. This girl has a baby and she wont let the baby daddy see the baby. He’s not a bad guy, in her words she just doesn’t want to be away from her daughter ever but she wont even let him come over to her house to see the baby. He’s spending so much money on court cost and such with no luck because she keeps getting the court date pushed back.
So she got a boyfriend and was all happy, saying ” I love you” after a week, and THEN AFTER A WEEK she was posting pictures of him with the baby saying,” The only daddy my baby needs.”, like this is beyond retarded. You’ve known this guy for a week but you want to tell your kid that he’s daddy? So many things wrong with that when this baby has a real daddy that wants to see her but you wont let him.
And then today she post a picture of her smiling with the caption, ” Single life”
okay… you get it, end of rant.
I have a feeling that I’m going to be writing thank you notes all night. Should have invited less people to the wedding.
Anonymous asked: Why do you look thinner in your older pictures than you do now?
This is such a stupid question. People lose weight and they gain weight all the time.
It just so happens that I went from eating 300 calories a day for a long time to 2,000.
There is going to be weight gain from that. It’s so easy to starve yourself to be the weight you want but that is NO way to live. I struggle with BDD (Body dysmorphic disorder) which is the cause of all my problems. When I was thin, I was afraid to walk into door ways because I was afraid of getting stuck. I hated sitting on chairs because I thought they would break. Forget about eating in public, I thought everyone would stare at me and say, “oh you shouldn’t be eating at all.” And I know these things are made up in my head but it doesn’t mean it’s easy to just dismiss everything.
And I still struggle, a lot of people do and just because they aren’t as thin as a sheet of paper DOES NOT MEAN they don’t have an eating disorder. I think it’s more of a daily struggle with those numbers on the scale and the numbers that you are constantly reading on the back of the boxes on everything you eat.
I’m “better” now I guess you could say and I’m trying to get on the right track to a healthy diet but sometimes I wake up and I ask myself what’s the point. Or when someone mentions weight, I tell myself I could be 60 pounds thinner in just two months if I just stopped eating.
It’s hard, but it’s so rewarding to get better.