Please

3 posts | Original | Recent
 
Image_thumb
6 Posts
Mar 24, 2015 11:07pm
via iOS
Okay I know in order to love someone else you have to first love yourself and I've never known how to do that. I'm am way to hard on my myself and I can't figure out a way to stay positive about me. I have set a goal to get skinny and I at first was doing all the wrong thing I first tried to only eat 200 all day everyday ... I refused to eat anything and I felt awful after a week of doing it so I stopped . Then I started working out but it was getting me no where so I ate healthy and here we are . I really want to be a strong person physically and emotionally bit right now I'm finding it hard to do either .
24 Mar
As someone who is incredibly hard on himself, I know saying "don't be so hard on yourself" won't do much. But I can tell you that you should give credit where credit is due. If you make something beautiful, acknowledge it! If you work your ass off and do a lot of good things, love yourself. If you need a workout buddy feel free to hmu
Image_thumb
4 Posts
Mar 25, 2015 1:12am
via Android

I know Exactly how you feel dear! I struggled ( and still do at times) with anorexia. But you have to learn to love yourself it's not easy.  I understand that 100. You need a positive support system! It's going to take time to get fit and learn to love yourself though, it won't happen over night and it's going to be hard but you can do it! Never give up! If you ever need a friend I'm here! (:

Image_thumb
18 Posts
Mar 25, 2015 4:34am
via Android

First of all I want to say that you are a beautiful young lady with a world ahead of you. And you is what matters most. You MUST value yourself before you can start valuing other things. EVERTHING you do should be for yourself and ones who truly love you. Second, wherever you got that diet plan from, you need to erase that from your memory immediately that wouldn't be healthy for anyone. Lastly of you really want to get more into fitness I'll give you the same advice I give everyone it called commitment. YOU must truly want to get healthier. It won't happen overnight but small steps are better than no steps♧

25 Mar
Agreed!
Reply


Skimble-workout-trainer-download-app-recommended-programs

Download_app_store_ios Download_google_play_android_172x51


Workout Trainer Forums

Welcome Wagon

6,196 topics, 38,213 posts

Motivation & Support

8,529 topics, 41,802 posts

App Updates

6 topics, 34 posts

Ask the Pros

706 topics, 1,797 posts

Workouts and Programs

2,880 topics, 12,160 posts

Trainer Tools

3 topics, 15 posts

Featured Training Programs

Weight Loss 2

Weight Loss 2

Moderate Time 4 Weeks
At-Home Bootcamp

At-Home Bootcamp

Moderate Time 4 Weeks
Weight Loss 1

Weight Loss 1

Casual Time 4 Weeks
Kettlebell: Stabilize

Kettlebell: Stabilize

Casual Time 3 Weeks
Cross Training with Yoga

Cross Training with Yoga

Intense Time 4 Weeks
Lose It. Tone It!

Lose It. Tone It!

Casual Time 4 Weeks

Featured Workouts

Full Body Beatdown

Full Body Beatdown

Casual Ic_time_32x32 17 mins  
Lower Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Chair
Super Slow

Super Slow

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 11 mins  
Shoulders   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Dumbbell
Super Slow

Super Slow

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 33 mins  
Shoulders   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Dumbbell
Max Cardio

Max Cardio

Intense Ic_time_32x32 22 mins  
Lower Body  
Desk Break

Desk Break

Casual Ic_time_32x32 6 mins  
Lower Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Chair
Big Booty, Tight Belly

Big Booty, Tight Belly

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 11 mins  
Lower Body