I'm 48 and have about 70 lbs to lose. I am really worried about hanging skin, especially on my face, neck, arms (not to mention legs and belly!) A woman at work lost about 60 pounds a few years ago and her body looks good but her face is drawn, saggy and wrinkled; As soon as the extra weight came off she looked deflated and instantly older. I see her every day and I hate to admit it, but I'm afraid the same thing would happen to me. Am I being irrational? Or am I combining two fears, that of being older and that of losing weight? Or I could just be stalling, using it as an excuse not to try. Can anyone address the skin problem of losing weight? I really want to be healthier and lighter and have more energy. This conflict is driving me nuts ~
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