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  • blackhuff // Feb 3, 2011 at 3:42 PM

    I have to agree. Buying new clothes are a traumatized situation each and every time. I think it is because of the fact that clothing manufacturers don’t make universal sizes in clothes and then you sometimes have to take a bigger size.

  • Hannah // Feb 4, 2011 at 12:36 AM

    I hear stories like this from clients all the time and it’s really heart breaking, especially when they are really beautiful people and trying to conform to unrealistic expectations. Through working out they do tend to develop more confidence over time, and that’s why I love my job. :)

  • Tami // Feb 4, 2011 at 9:39 PM

    It’s really disheartening going clothes shopping. Just evening going into a clothes shop I think “here we go again… nothing I can wear”
    I work out at least 3 times a week solidly for 2 hours and do gentler exercises on the other days. I eat small portions and am aware of what I eat and yet over a year or 2. I still haven’t budged. I’m not a size 1 trying to get smaller, i’m still in the ‘obsese’ catagory on a BMI. (not the best I know). I don’t drive, so tend to walk most places.
    I’ve recently sat down with my bf (skinny rake poll who can eat anything) to devise a weekly meal chart so that we know what we are eating when we have meals together…
    I tend to have a fairly realistic view of my body image. But I HATE going shopping for clothes. IT’s not necessarily that the clothes don’t fit. You can look for a t-shirt that will be the same length but different sizes… mean that when you put on the larger size your stomach is showing because they don’t account for your tummy going outward… if that makes sense?!

  • kamjah // Feb 9, 2011 at 8:46 PM

    hi..I have kept clothes that don’t fit in anymore in the hopes of getting back into them. I do sometimes get back into some of them for a while when I am eating healthy and exercising. If they go way out of style, then I finally get rid of them. What I am more likely to be guilty of is waiting too long to buy new clothes in my new bigger size, because I don’t want to accept that I might be at that size for a while.

  • Mihoko // Jul 18, 2011 at 3:37 AM

    I definitely hate trying clothes on… Could you tell me who conducted this survey? What is the source? Thank you so much.

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