As an athlete you are brought up to always have good sportsmanship … the same rules apply to dating. Never get frustrated with where you’re at dating wise, no matter how far along you are, the more space the better, let them come to you. Similarly weight-loss works the same way, don’t get frustrated … much the same way rejection hurts, when you fall behind in your goals in life body image wise, it can be equally hurtful and damaging to your self-esteem, make sure when you weigh in you are in a good space mentally, able to withstand and tolerate minor fluctuations to your weight. Its all about how you feel at the end of the day. You cannot always respond to others the same way you respond to yourself, its okay to be hard on yourself its not okay to be hard on others. That’s not how to get your way in life, it usually turns people off, the more eager you are, or the less able you are, the less likely you are to get the kind of acceptance you are looking for in life. Don’t let everything add up on you, you are a product of your own happinesses in life, don’t make your unhappiness the unhappiness of others, take out your frustrations on what others should be doing for you, what you can otherwise be doing for yourself, to bring yourself happiness in life. Its not up to others to make you happy, they cannot fix or change you if you are not mentally stable or fit for dating and work. If you need to lose weight lose weight, if you cannot lose the weight on your own, hire a trainer, if you can cut back on meds, do so, and always be sure to maintain a positive attitude in life. That’s the biggest part necessary for achieving, is staying positive, without a positive attitude you are less likely to end up places you want to be in life, and be around people who love you, or find ones that’s do. To prove yourself, or others wrong, always rise above, newer and better opportunities, trust will avail themselves to you, if you keep working on yourself, and trying to be the best version of yourself, will find someone who loves you anyways, despite your weight, despite your disabilities, and despite your past, accept you as you are, and love you the same.
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