Summer is coming,
runningforeternity: laugh-addict: I currently look like this: I just want to look like this: But I’m always like: lololol
Finding Inspiration: greekgogurt: do you ever look... →
bariatricbadass: rambosie: greekgogurt: do you ever look at someone you used to be good friends with and cringe I decided to look at instagrams of girls i used to be really close to that are all still friends that I stopped talking to because they were really really bad for my life and they were/are just really bad… I wish you lived in central Florida. I would go get drinks with you and...
backonpointe: sophspiration: fitblrcompliments: Come compliment your favorite fitblr!! What a sweet idea :) This is so cute. That kind of blog is what I love about the fitblr community. So much love and support.
My biggest fear is that eventually you will see me the way I see myself.– Anonymous (via princess)
I knew what would happen.
Confronting him about the things he looks at online would only result in one thing. Him getting better at hiding it. Deleting history to cover up anything that might set the crazy girlfriend off. The same thing that happens with text messages from certain people. But it’s all good. Because its probably better that I just don’t know.
naisenberg: I’m too pretty to shop at Abercrombie and Fitch.
TRIGGER WARNING: I talk about SI in this. I intend to look for a job in the Social Work field once I have completed school. So, within the next 3-5 years. Currently, I have scars (cuts and burns) on my forearm from self injury. I have wanted, for a long while, to get a tattoo to cover the cuts on the inside of my left forearm. My tattoo will say “Through many dangers, toils, and...
I have my final assignment for psychology due on Friday and I’m writing about body dysmmorphic disorder which you would think would be pretty easy for me. But don’t worry ya’ll. I have exactly 0% done.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Explains Why He Hates Fat... →
just-a-little-one: Anyone who’s been to Abercrombie & Fitch in the last few years has probably noticed that they don’t carry XL or XXL sizes of women’s clothing because they don’t want overweight women wearing their brand. This is disgraceful.
Working out with people who don’t motivate you is the worst. Partners should push you without putting you down. Never tell people they “gave up” because you ran faster and longer than them. Don’t tell people they aren’t pushing their limits because they do interval workouts instead of pushing straight through. Don’t tell me I’m not pushing my boundaries...
I realize sometimes I must seem very hypocritical because I strongly support and promote loving your body, and I find beauty in so many people that can’t see it in themselves, and I fail to share that same love with myself sometimes. Regression and going backwards in this weight loss thing has me in a negative way at times, but I am trying. I’m doing a psychology project and writing...