Buy a full length mirror and put it where you have to see yourself everyday. See your self completely clothed, completely naked, bending over, getting dressed, and trying to get away from yourself. I have avoided seeing myself from any angle for 40-years. This allowed me to have a "mental" vision of how I thought I looked and to ignore the reality. I now have a walk-in closet with mirrored doors. I can't get away from how I look or how I look to others. It is painful but it has forced me to confront my eating addiction and how it has become the overwhelming priority in my life. I can no longer tell myself it's not that bad, because I see the results staring back at me. Get a mirror and really see yourself as you are. I guarantee it will be life-altering.View Thread
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