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I am 18, 12.7 stone and 5'6. I always end up eating loads, then not much, then loads, then not much at all. It a vicious cycle. I want to go to the gym all the time, but I can't due to how much I hate my looks. I'm so paranoid people would look and judge me. But, I think I'm the one constantly judging myself. I'm so f****** at and ugly and disgusting, I just need to help someone to be there for me as my friends and boyfriends don't understand (family don't know how I feel). If someone is in the same boat as me, please contact me. We can stay anonymous, but I don't know, just need someone to talk to I guess. I don't know what else to do. I've had dreams about liposuction, I hate myself so much. Please, someone help me? I'll help you too.

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  • I wish for all women that we stop self loathing and self bullying. Sure we may not all be at our ideal weight, but to just love ourselves regardless of what the scale says. Find something you like about yourself, be kind and agree that we are works in progress. That's the first step. Love yourself unconditionally. Then do what you're comfortable with to get to where you want to be. If going to the gym in not your thing (yet), walk outside. And like the comment below mentioned, add on to your workouts. There are tons of you tube videos online. Find a friend and go outside and hike, bike, tennis, swim..etc. Maybe even join a boot camp or hire a personal trainer -but ask to train outside the gym. When you make an appointment, that you're paying for you become accountable. Setting goals for yourself is also a good way to keep to a routine. And then the other tie in is get enough sleep, eat healthy (more greens, more water, less sugar, less junk). You'll get there.

  • You don't need to go to the gym. If you are motivated, you can start by walking. Every day. Just one or two miles will be fine. If you can switch between a more level place one day and a place that has a few hills the next, that is even better. If you want to weight train, buy resistance bands. You can work out in the privacy of your own home, no one watching. Finally, see a nutritionist. Learn not only how much to eat, but what to eat.

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