So I had a peanut butter and jelly uncrustable for brunch. Ate most of an angry whopper at around 11:30. I saw someone sitting who knew well what medication does to you ie the side effects loosing a sex drive or gaining weight we happened to focus more on gaining weight. And we both take the same medicine because of it being so weight neutral. Well I had a pleasant experience. Not sure what she takes it for....but she's either bipolar or schizophrenic or both. Anyhow her parents don't agree that her meds made her gain like 50 pounds as also my husband doesn't agree that my medicine trileptal and zyprexa respectively made me too gain 62 pounds respectively and as we left the cafe told each other to have a nice day. Now I don't feel so alone. A pitt student like me also struggles with the same issues I do and it feels great! I am getting back on the wagon though. Because I don't want to loose my husband over a divorce because he didn't sign up to marry a fat lady. But in all reality the hubby is a jerk at times and I deserve someone who loves me for all of me and not just my body. But it really is nice to know that I am not so alone.
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