So as I listen to Kevin Smith's SMODcast and read his tweets about what happened to him on the flight...I start to think about my own weight. I have always been big and like he has just learned to deal with it and go on. I have had 2 or 3 times were I was skinny but still a large man. I just don't know which one I like better. The attention you get from being skinny is cool but it can go to your head. I know that I was a really tool when I was skinny. I talk to people from those times in my life and they didn't like me that much. Here's the catch I felt pretty good but I don't know if I was happy. When I've been fat I am happy most of the time. When I get to big my body tells me that I'm to fat and sends me into a depression that I have to fight out of. I usually make it out with in about a month and then back to my happy self. I just wonder some times what the right answer is. Am I ok with being just another American fatty or do I want to go against the grain and be skinny. We see actors and singers all show there looks off but are they happy. Those people that are naturally skinny don't have to work at it but I do. When I work out to lose weight it's like 5,6 days a week for 1 1/2 months at about an hour to lose maybe 20 pounds. Is that truely worth all that time and energy?
What is the answer?