So 33kg gone now, and people are nicer to me. People in general are just nicer - shop assistants, school mothers, random people... but also the people I know IRL. Not everyone, but people that didn't seem to like me much and were a bit mean are now really friendly. BIL was a right jerk, and lately I've noticed he's really nice... offering me drinks, moving over so I can sit down, talking to me. Previously he just ignored me, mostly. He's just an example - everyone, overall, is nicer (DP is the same... so is DD and my mother... lol).
Now, you'd think that would be a positive thing, and in a way it is, but in another way, sometimes it makes me fume on the inside because it makes me wonder why I wasn't good enough to be nice to before. All that's changed is my weight. I am the same otherwise. So why am I now worthy of kindness?
Has this happened to you? Or has the OPPOSITE happened? How do you deal with it? How do you not end up losing your sh*t because someone is now treating you like an actual human being simply because you're not as fat as you used to be?
Like I said, in some ways I like it... but in other ways, I just want to scream.