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Chloe Lee Heaven Crews



saving money to make bracelets with mother c: i want nice, expensive beads from Hobby Lobby :D

14 Jun 1997


my name is Chloe, i'm fourteen years old, and i live in indiana. i'm a freshie fresh, and love skinny jeans and colorful hair! :D i love to layer my hair, and tease it big and beeutiful :) people think i'm a weirdo because i cut my hair when i'm sad, and they call me emo. i think that is prejudice

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anime_freakk asked:

24 Oct 2011

Houston... we have a problem.

okay, so im fourteen years old. i am a "scene queen" and thats fine. i have a problem. i think im fat... i am 5'8" and i weigh 135 pounds. i dont do ANYTHING. i sit and read books, sit and do my hair, sit and do my homework, lay down and sleep. my daily exercise is walking between classes at school, and coming up the stairs when i get home. people are always telling me "oh your so pretty' or "chloe, how do you stay so skinny?" but the truth is, i feel fat. i dont eat... except for dinner because my mother makes it. i usually sit in my room and sleep, or read. so i FEEL soooooo fat. when i look in the mirror, i see fat. when i look down, i see fat. when i think of me, i think fat. ugh.... help?



sweetdollchelle says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2011

This is a difficult topic. I've spent my life letting my insecurities keep me from living a life, no joke. Words can't really describe what it was like, and how deep it went, but I can see the similarity in what you just wrote. It's a very screwed up way of thinking, and recognizing it is important. What's alarming is you say you don't eat except for dinner. Are you diagnosed with a disorder or have tendencies? That may be too personal, so I'll try my best to answer this without knowing much else than what you said. This is likely to be long, and I'm sorry if you wanted something quick and to the point, but I really would like to say these things.

I think it's important to change your way of thinking without changing anything else. It's not easy. I'm still battling those old thoughts that told me I was monstrous and undeserving of a happy life, but I've definitely improved, and continue to do so. Telling myself constantly I was fat & believing it played a huge part on every diet/healthy eating plan failing. I was obsessive and desperate - two things we should never be. This time around, I'm being positive, and I'm happily getting thinner and thinner everyday. I'm letting the obsession go and just calming down about it. So, I recommend the first step being for you to start looking for things you do like about yourself, anything. Occupy your mind with things you love, things that make you feel grateful for what you have and who you are. When you feel negative thoughts coming back, catch them and turn them into good thoughts. Think of it this way, the majority that is repetitive in our actions and thoughts is really just habit. You go on doing something for so long, it becomes automatic. Change the habit of how you think of yourself now, and before you know it positive thoughts will be automatic. It does wonders!

If you're looking for help with dieting and how to become more active, keep reading.

I'm not going to tell you you're not fat for your height and you don't look it in your picture. You won't believe me. I know, I never believed anyone else. I also believe that everyone is built differently. I don't follow BMI charts, or buy into the rule that every single person needs to consume a certain amount of calories a day. I use them as a bit of a guide, but don’t swear by either at all. We are all unique. What works for you may not work for me, and vice versa. The important thing here is to be HEALTHY.

What I have found to be true is the diet advice I'll be giving you. Use them as a guide, but find out what works best for you. I follow these quotes, "abs are made in the kitchen" and "weight loss is 80% diet and 20% exercise". I also believe that having a balance of protein and carbohydrates will help your body to burn fat. Protein helps with fat burning, carbohydrates give you energy. If you eat too many carbs, your body stores the sugar. Your body will burn that sugar for energy. Carbs also make you hungry faster, and you get addicted to carbs much more. Having protein in your diet will balance that out (I did 3 days of protein only on my diet to clean my body out of the sugar, now I eat a balance of protein and carbs) and will allow your body to burn fat, resulting in weight loss. Protein helps you feel full for much longer. Water is your best friend. It is the best cleanser. 8 glasses a day is recommended, no less. A little more won't hurt, especially on days you workout. But do remember, too much of anything can be bad for you. Limit fruits to 2-3 a day. They're great and healthy, but they're still carbohydrates. Please, eat.

Are there any sort of activities you enjoy doing? I was never big on exercising, and still don't have the dedication many do. I don't like the gym, the machines bore me, I never lasted in classes because I'd get over them, & same with workout DVDs. The only thing that I just never get tired of is dance, but I'm still letting insecurities get in the way of attempting an intermediate hip hop class. I figured I'd take these self issues one at a time and concentrate on weight loss first, so I decided to search YouTube for routines I really like and learn them on my own. I easily spend 2 hours learning a routine, don't realize or feel it because it's fun, and end up drenched in sweat. This works for me right now. You have to find what activity you really enjoy doing. You don't have to kill yourself with working out. You don't even have to do it everyday. Start off slowly, and if you desire, start building up.


"Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don't shoot their husbands, they just don't." =P


jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2011

Chelle's answer is so awesome, i don't have much else 2 say. i don't think your fat because you're so tall. u actually look slender. I'm shorter than u and weigh 140 and ny wrists and legs are not fat at all. Oh, i like to read books 2.


dragana94 says:

Posted on 24 Oct 2011

I agree,I wouldn't add anything more.But this very common problem with young girls,in this case u need to believe what ppl are saying to you.You really aren't fat don't think about it,just enjoy the life :) & I love to read books 2 :P

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