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  • Krissy

    3 years ago

    Lots of people are afraid of what they do not understand, and the reboot seems very radical to them. Others are unfortunately jealous and do not want to see you succeed where they are failing. Either way, thank them for their opinions and then go ahead do what you feel is right for you regardless. ;-) My in-laws (I live across the world from my own family) thought I was crazy and that I would make myself ill when I did a 30 day fast in February. This time - having seen how well I felt and how much healthier I was after the last one - they are fully supportive and keep telling me, "I can see you have lost weight", "you are looking so well" "look I can see more definition in your face, look how your eyes are sparkling etc...", they are really proud of me. You have to set the boundaries, and you have to show people that you are doing what is best for you without saying anything, preaching never works. They will all come around or even try it themselves eventually. Just keep up the great work. :-)

  • Annie

    3 years ago

    Thanks for your support Krissy. I guess there are more challenges to rebooting than I thought there would be.

  • Krissy

    3 years ago

    There are, but it is totally worth it, I promise.

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