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FMM: Defining Moments
Was there a defining moment in which you realized that you needed to lose weight? If so, will you elaborate? (If you experienced this moment in some other area of your life, please feel free to share that too!)
Oh how I wish I could say my "moment" happened during one of the following experiences - but it didn't.
1. How about the times in High School that I was made fun of hearing things like "boom baba boom" while I was walking down the hall.
2. Or when some guy told me he wanted to date me in the worst way. Loved so much about me but couldn't get past the fat.
3. And when I needed a lap-belt extension on a flight and fought tears the whole time we were in the air.
4. Then there was the time I thought I was going to break a seat in a stadium...it snapped but didn't completely break. I just squatted on the seat til the concert began.
5. or the time when....well, you get the idea.
Needless to say it hasn't been an easy road for me. I've been heavy my whole entire life. I've started and stopped so many diets and "lifestyle changes" it's not even funny. Alas, here I am.
What started it this time? Well, my diagnosis really. You can read about it here and the second part here...but to sum it all up...knowing that I may have a Cancer rap in my future, I'd like to be in the best possible condition I can be in order to really beat this thing. That and clearly I want to see my kids grow up. It's all I think about really. So maybe I am doing this more for them than anything else. Maybe having Cancer looking down at me everyday is the best thing that's happened to me? Well, not the best thing, but you know what I mean.
This is my reality. It's something I have to keep in the forefront of my mind every single day. And yet I can't let it control me. It's a fine balance. I have a positive outlook on life. I'm trying my best to get into shape and make the most of my life...enjoy the kids and my time. I've learned that life really is precious and you just never know when your time is going to be up. I'm now doing what I can to make sure I don't leave this Earth before my time but if I do then I know I have given it my all and won't have any regrets.