antugomes88 wrote:will be appearing on a job interview soon and I can't get rid of the the possibility of creating a bad impression because of my obesity!
faroshee7 wrote:please, i beg you, say something. im tired of counting calories. of crying over my body. of depending onle by the number on the scale. of feeling worthless, of haveing feras and insecurities that rip me apart..i need help...i would be greatfull to anyone who would bother to answer/.
if you are tired of all what happens with you I want to help you and for this you can find the answer here in this page.
I want to be helpful for you.
Growing up emotionally neglected is like nearly dying of thirst just outside the fenced off fountain of a parent’s kindness and interest. Emotional neglect makes children feel worthless, unlovable and excruciatingly empty, with a hunger that gnaws deeply at the center of their being, leaving them starving for human warmth and comfort - a hunger that often morphs over time into an insatiable appetite for substances and/or addictive processes. I find it noteworthy that denial processes about early abandonment often morph later in life to the minimizing operations that some survivors use to rationalize their substance and process addictions.
While addictions are often understandable, misplaced attempts to regulate painful emotional flashbacks, they become increasingly self-destructive when an individual is old enough to learn a healthier flashback management regimen. Accordingly, excessive eating, spending, drinking, drugging, sexing, working or dissociating, are not only desperate attempts to distract from inner pain, but also counterproductive efforts to attain an ersatz form of human comfort and soothing.
~ http://www.pete-walker.com/pdf/emotiona ... exPTSD.pdf