17 People Who Proudly Share Their Massive Milestones

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Deciding to make a change and pushing yourself forward needs a strong mind that won’t back down no matter the difficulties. First, you need to find the habit associated with the thing you want to change and then start training every single day to make it stop. It’s important that the goals you set are realistic and that you also look at yourself in the mirror so that you always know how much you’re changing. Take the risks and choose to have people around you that won’t lie, but instead hit you with the hard truth.

1. “It’s been a long 4 years. Finally seeing progress. A lot of sweat and even more tears. Slowly making progress. To some this isn’t much but to me this is everything.”

2. “Lost over 150 pounds in a little less than a year and a half. Still got a lot of work to do, but it’s a start.”

  • It’s a massive accomplishment that you have every right to be shouting from the rooftops. I hope you are proud, deeply proud of the work and dedication this took. 7lexliv7 / Reddit

3. “This is 2 years after hormone replacement therapy, male to female (MTF). Freedom!”

4. “The one where I felt unworthy vs the one where I started loving myself.”

5. “Same Chair. 3 Years Later. Currently 12.2% body fat.”

6. “Everyone else has been sharing their progress so here’s mine. I went from 306 pounds (139 kg) in March 2020 to 140 pounds (63.5 kg) today.”

7. “It gets better. This is 21 months of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).”

8. “From 345 to 184 in 11 months. I Changed my lifestyle, am enjoying life more, and all with no surgery. I’m almost there. If I can do it, anyone can.”

9. “From 255 to 152. ‘Well, she’s fashionably lean and she’s fashionably late’.”

10. “From 270 lb to 120 lb — I realized that changing your looks doesn’t change the inside. Self-esteem is a work in progress.”

11. “Getting dangerously close to ’stole my boyfriend’s hoodie’ territory...”

12. “I can now say I’m 140lbs in both pics. This is my natural weight. I started going to the gym to essentially lose weight but I was terrible at eating in a caloric deficit so I never did.”

13. “I lost 161 lbs in 11 months. I changed my lifestyle, I am enjoying life more, and all with no surgery. I’m almost there.”

14. “Lost 137 lbs in 14 months. I’m so close to being under 300 lbs.”

15. “2018 vs 2019 — before and after (FTM)”

16. “253 lb to 176 lb with 77 lb lost over an 11-month period — I’m a new man.”

17. “415 lbs to 218 lbs in 11 months.”

Have you ever started a journey to achieve a massive goal that you were really proud of yourself when you finally achieved?

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