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A very bad idea

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

When traveling, it's advisable NOT to look at myself in the near full-length mirror when stepping out of the hotel shower in the morning.

In my defense, I didn't do it on purpose. I merely forgot to look away in time. So yes, this is a very, very bad idea. At least for me. It led to my skipping breakfast. It led to my crawling back into bed to cower for a few minutes before continuing on with my day!
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  • SOOZIEQUE55
    Sorry the mirror ruined your day, but just remember how far you have come. Don't let a silly image ruin it for you. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2008 days ago
  • BUTTONPOPPER1
    I'm sorry you felt bad about your reflection. My theory: your fatigue is distorting your vision! Just the other day, you were expressing joy about not being floppy any more as you ran across a street. I wager that things are not as bad as they seem, and that when you are well rested and feeling more relaxed, you'll see something more to your liking in the mirror. Please don't be too hard on yourself!
    2008 days ago
  • SLLYONS51
    emoticon
    2008 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1338628
    We are our own worse critic's. So bent on seeing flaws instead of accomplishments. That's why I like doing side by side progress photos. It helps me appreciate my small accomplishments.
    2009 days ago
  • YMWONG22
    emoticon emoticon
    2009 days ago
  • ARNETTELEE
    Happy sparking!
    2009 days ago
  • no profile photo S127041
    So sorry you were caught off guard like that! Body image struggles are fearsome beasts.
    2009 days ago
  • no profile photo BANNERMAN
    Thanks for sharing and reminding us.
    2009 days ago
  • FITNIK2020
    Oh, don't let a silly mirror ruin your day. Grab a towel and carry on. You will do fine.
    2009 days ago
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