Discussion in 'Weight loss and Fitness' started by Sarita, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. Sarita


    Nov 10, 2013
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    Hi ladies,

    When I bought my size 10 wedding dress it was a teeny bit tight but I told myself: "Hah, no problemo! I've got ages to lose a couple of pounds." Inevitably, a couple of weeks before the wedding I got it out of the cupboard and to my horror, I had somehow managed to expand further beyond the seams of the dress... My first reaction was to instigate emergency measures - the crash diet. After a couple of days I was exhausted and my mind was preoccupied with how the hell I was going to fit in the dress. I started to feel unattractive and like a failure - which are the only feelings I've ever experienced while on a crash diet.

    I tried to get out of my chaotic head space and see things objectively. There was nothing wrong with my weight or the way I looked. The only mistake I had made was to knowingly choose a dress that wasn't my size! Isn't that crazy? The only thing that needed to change was the dress.

    Luckily, I was able to take it back to the shop and swap it for a size 12 - my real size. Otherwise, I would have taken it to a tailor to be altered.

    I'm glad I decided to accept my wedding body even though it didn't match the fantasy in my head. Of course, I was the only person that cared about the size of my dress - the people around me just wanted to see me happy.
    Sarita, Nov 10, 2013
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    Doreen Guido

    Nov 19, 2013
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    Wise option.... :wub: :wub: :wub:
    Ignore the size itself,you feel content and happy,this is the thing....
    Big Congratulations!!!
    Doreen Guido, Nov 19, 2013
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  3. Sarita


    Nov 15, 2013
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    Nice decision! It's better to change or altered it rather than feel crazy and uncomfortable. At last you got you sized dress. Congratulation! :wub:
    sheetalkapoor, Dec 14, 2013
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