lately i feel like i never have anything to wear. to be frank this really depresses me. i look in my closet and it's filled with clothes that i havent been able to squeeze my butt into in a year or more. if i keep them, it is a daily reminder of all the weight i've gained. but if i throw them all out and get bigger clothes i feel like that is admiting defeat. what to do? i had a baby 6 months ago and i can't even wear my maternity stuff anymore, that is how much i've put on since my little girl was born. not to mention that i cant afford to go out and buy a bigger wardrobe. i just stand in my closet and look around, i feel like a big failure. to come so far...then turn around and gain it all back. i refuse to wear stuff that's too tight, that's miserable. so that leaves all the stretchy worn out things that really i should never go out in public wearing. this is a real blow to my feminine ego. as a woman i like the feeling i get from wearing something that i think i look attractive in. i hate getting together with my girlfriends ( who are put together wonderfully by the way) and looking like it's "take a bum to lunch day". thanks for listening (or rather reading). -lovey
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