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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 01:16:13
ID: 54857
I can't say this IRL, but I think I'm aging pretty well compared to my siblings and my DH and his siblings. We're all roughly the same age and they all have issues with their backs, gallbladders, skin, and stomachs/GI. We're all in our late 30s. I have a tiny bit of tendonitis in my foot from having my one leg being shorter than the other, but otherwise I've been extremely lucky to not have anything else really major go wrong. I'm sure my time will come, but I will be happy if it holds off for a few more years.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-14 04:55:50
ID: 54791
I have a doctor's appointment in a couple weeks. It's been 4 years since I've been, so obviously I'm nervous as hell. The last one was an asshole, I hope this one is not. It's too bad the first doc I went to as an adult does some co-op thing where she doesn't take insurance, just a monthly fee. I liked her, she cared about my health and mental well being over her own beliefs or money. But I can't afford her fees.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-12 22:01:24
ID: 54812
I just got my hair cut into an inverted bob and it looks so great! I should have gotten it cut like this a long time ago. I finally have some body in my hair now and I can do more with it than just throw it into a ponytail.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-12 01:35:02
ID: 54801
I bought an epilator years ago, thinking that it would lessen the amount of hair on my legs over time. It didn't really do that, but after a few times using it on my arms, what a difference! So glad I did it. Yes, it hurts!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-11 23:10:46
ID: 54799
My arms are so hairy that I have to use the Nair cream on them twice in a row to get all the hair off. They're so nasty.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-10 22:13:02
ID: 54784
So my DH is in Georgia for work and he told me that the clerk at the hotel desk keeps calling him "baby". He told him it bugs him but he doesn't know what to say to her about it. I told him "welcome to my world, DH!". I get it all the time: Sweetie, baby, honey, hon, cutie, sweetheart, etc. Mainly by men, but also by women. Now DH realizes how much it sucks to be called by stupid pet names. Oh, and "me too" with the "Smile!" comments. I can smile or not; it's not up to you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-10 14:10:53
ID: 54770
OP. I still eat a Fudgsicle every night. I'm getting treats! When I eat bread I go off the rails, and eat chips and all that crap, but if I go a few days without it I stop craving it. I felt full today and didn't snack. It was amazing. I feel like I have my life back.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-10 14:09:11
ID: 54737
One of the creepiest things men do is tell me to "smile". I really hate it. I'm just walking around somewhere, minding my own business and a guy will say to me, "Hey, why don't you smile?" It's happened many times. I just happen to have one of those very serious-looking faces, but you know what? It's my face. I'm not unhappy, I'm just going about my business. I don't appreciate being told to "smile", especially by a strange man I don't know. Happened in a grocery store a few months ago. Some guy started telling me to "smile" and I ignored him. So then he says "What's the matter? It's a beautiful day and you have a sourpuss face like that? You must be fun at parties!" I mean, WTF?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-09 22:50:19
ID: 54762
In response to a confession. I agree.. I have to have a little something sweet everyday too. But if the OP is eating nothing but veggies and a little dairy all day, well that's just asking for a binge. She needs to figure out something sustainable.. Maybe buy a food scale and weigh out a portion of bread ahead of time then work the out the remaining calories around it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-09 19:35:03
ID: 54756
In response to a confession. Cheat days work really well for some people. For me, they don't work at all because I will totally binge on a cheat day and get miserable when I can't have any treats during the week. I do much better if I have a small treat every day--like a piece of chocolate or my favorite candy, etc. But the trick is to finding out what works best for you personally. I hope you figure it out, OP. If that means a cheat day, so be it.
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