1. Thank you Jasmine for sharing. I grew up eating unhealthy too ( my parents didnt even try to keep it healthy and it was hard when I wasn’t the fittest or the fastest in gym class. I think it is wonderful that you are helping others and your family to be healthy so your kids will grow up knowing the right choices to make. You are an inspiration!

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Ashley, you are so sweet. It was just a sad and dark place for me to be and why it can be turned around.

  3. I was never overweight until I got married. The food we keep around us is so important though. I wish my husband would figure this out because he buys crap for the kids.
    Thank you for sharing your story.

  4. Thank you do much for sharing! This was amazing! Very courageous to do!

  5. Pepper says:

    This is so good to share, for yourself and for others. I think so many women struggle with their weight and they just don’t talk about how they got where they are: how they hate their bodies because of the criticism as a child, how we have “tricks” to trick others and ourselves into the snacking cycle, and so much more that is so hard to let go of!

    Cheers to you for sharing!

  6. MaryAnn says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your story. It really hits home, because like you I was an overweight child to lose the weight in HS & gain it all back in college. Good luck on the rest of your journey & I look forward to reading more of your post

  7. jennydecki says:

    Thank you for sharing your story, I am sure it will bring hope and comfort to many others.

  8. Your post has been in an open tab on my computer for a week and I finally had a chance to read your words. Thank you so much for sharing your story. You’re so brave for doing so; I know it must have been difficult to reveal all of the struggles you went through.

    I can relate to some of your story. While I wasn’t necessarily an overweight child, I’m built bigger and was always larger than my size 2 friends. It’s awful to feel bigger than everyone else, and the negative self-talk that it leads to can be so difficult to overcome.

    Thanks again for sharing.

  9. Kristen says:

    As another overweight child, I can identify with your story. Sadly, I have still not managed to get thin–but I am continuing to work at it!

    • admin says:

      I have read your blog posts in the past, but not recently. Being thin does not always mean healthy. The efforts we make into our health that makes it a worthy investment. I am cheering for you!!

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