I’m Learning to Love Myself

I have always been bigger than the other kids. When I was in elementary school I was the tallest girl which was a horrible thing to endure. I got called all kinds of names. As I reached puberty I started putting on weight, as you do, and then the teasing just got worse. Rather than slimming out as I got even taller, I started eating to deal with the feelings of resentment at not being good enough for the other kids. My weight just spiralled further and further out of control until last year when I tried Exoslim.

I didn’t expect it to work. I had tried all the other diets I could find. I ate healthy and exercised and none of it made much differnce. I was at the point of praying for a miracle at that point because I wanted so badly to be attractive for the first time in my life. I thought maybe if I could just find a way to make myself outwardly attractive my feelings of inadequacy that I had carried with me since childhood would finally go away.

Obviously the human brain doesn’t work like that but luckily the Exoslim worked wonders for me physically. I dropped a ton of weight and started having a little better view of myself, thanks in part to the fact that I finally started seeing a psychologist like I should have done way earlier. I was able to get all of my anxieties out and I could finally reach my inner self, the one that was still a child and tell them they were okay just as they were. I’ve been able to keep the weight off, thanks to sensible eating and lots of exercises but more importantly I have finally learned to love myself and that is way better.