Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-06 15:00:25
ID: 51609
In response to a confession. Working out increases confidence and self esteem. It'd be better to have one room be mirrorless.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-06 07:16:39
ID: 51625
People do yoga at home without mirrors. I don't see why it would be a necessity in a gym to have mirrors to see yourself doing the pose.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-06 00:35:13
ID: 51621
Ugh, I hate when Daylight Saving Time ends. I was so depressed this morning that I just stayed in bed until almost 11am. Now it gets dark by 5pm and it's so blah outside.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-05 20:14:18
ID: 51569
I've been doing yoga for 20+ years and had no idea that people use mirrors. I think it would be difficult for me to focus on going deeper into a pose if I was looking at myself. Not judging or anything. I just honestly didn't realize that it was a "thing."
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-04 20:50:41
ID: 51606
In response to a confession. I get that a lot of people use the mirrors for form, but I think a lot of people are very insecure about their bodies and don't like seeing themselves in mirrors. I have a few friends who want to join a gym but won't because they don't like the mirrors. I wonder if maybe just one room with mirrors for people who want them would be a good compromise.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-04 12:58:53
ID: 51602
Could I be diabetic if I eat sugar and feel like shit after? Almost any time I have something sweet, like donuts, I feel nauseated.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 02:03:29
ID: 51544
In response to a confession. I would not. I use gyms for yoga classes and lifting weights, both of which require proper form and checking in mirrors helps. Especially since I lift alone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 01:26:51
ID: 51566
I just posted my first blog post on work's website, 1 month into this new position. It is all going so well, just a ton happening and trying so hard to absorb it all. Also, I need to make more time for self-care....don't care much for sitting at desk all day.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 00:51:48
ID: 51565
In response to a confession. Don't beat yourself up over it, OP. I had parents that were loving as well, a happy childhood, and a great long term boyfriend for many years. They all treated me well and made me feel loved. But regardless, I still turned to food for comfort or when I was upset. I'm in a happy marriage, with great kids now and I still do it. It's just how some people cope, like having a few drinks or a cigarette.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 22:29:17
ID: 51541
Man. DH has such a good relationship with food and I'm pretty sure it's because his family was really close and his parents showed him love with other things besides food. My parents were distant and the only way they ever showed me they loved me was with food. I wonder if it's possible to come back from that and get back to a "normal" relationship with food. It annoys me that I turn to food instead of people for comfort and love.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: