I don't own scales, but there's a set of scales in the change room at the gym, so every 2-3 months I might jump on it to see what it says, just out of curiosity really. I'm not affected by what they say.
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30-01-2016 05:24 #11Senior Member
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30-01-2016 05:48 #12
I don't own any scales, so hardly ever. I had an eating disorder as well and it is much better for me not to have scales in the house because if I do I risk obsessing. As long as my clothes fit as usual I try not to stress anymore.
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30-01-2016 05:59 #13
rarely. I only bought a set of scales for this pregnancy so I could see how much weight I put on in total. have only used them a handful of times. will do a weigh in today though as I'm 36 weeks.
when I'm not pregnant, my weight did not move. I didn't gain or lose weight, I simply stayed the same. I still fit into jeans from 15 years ago 😳
will probably go obsessive once bub is born trying to get back to my pre-preg weight though lol
30-01-2016 06:27 #14
It doesn't affect my mood though.
I use it to see what I can get away with really, I've been sneaking chocolate in with my dinner lately and getting away with it on the scales so I suppose it's my little partner in crime
30-01-2016 06:48 #15
30-01-2016 06:54 #16
How often do you weigh yourself?
Daily. Started with my last pregnancy to track my gain then continued after to track my loss.
30-01-2016 06:58 #17
30-01-2016 07:44 #18Senior Member
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Since pregnancy maybe once a month. Just curiousity as I never weighed myself with my first.
Otherwise - once every 6 months maybe? I tend to weigh myself more after I have been sick and I worry about the weight I lost etc etc. Otherwise, I go by how my clothes fit.
30-01-2016 07:47 #19
Never! I used to daily but got obsessive with it. Now I honestly don't care, I just go by how my clothes feel
30-01-2016 08:17 #20
Sometimes daily, sometimes once every couple of weeks when I'm avoiding the reality. I have an unhealthy relationship with my body and am still dealing with an ED after almost 18 years. I try and go by clothes and measurements but at the end of the day I only care about the number on the scales. It's crap and totally affects my mood for the day.
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