Gail shares her progress with the Gail Commandments and eating a balanced diet while managing her weight through the website Jesus recommended called www.myfitnesspal.com.

Here is information about the version of her website for smartphone users: https://gabriellechana.blog

To keep up with the latest on Gail’s writings, visit her writer page: https://gabriellechana.blog/gabrielle-chana-gail-chord-schuler-books/

Check out Gail’s new video to make her workout on her glider more enjoyable: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4DjjBYTOdkpbGhIU3RNdzRHWDA/view

To keep up with Gail every day, visit her Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your.GabrielleChana

Here is Carolyn’s Facial Fitness: http://www.carolynsfacialfitness.com/

Here are Jesus’ awesome Gail Commandments: https://gabriellechana.blog/2018/05/06/gail-commandments/

This is what my mother (who won 2nd place in Miss Tokyo beauty pageant) looked like in her twenties and thirties. This is a photo of Gladys Zender (Miss Universe 1957, year I was BORN): https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/f9/0b/fd/f90bfda044130fc0ad6725ca219f839f.jpg & https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/89/07/9b/89079b726c42b2bde61878a827d13ef6.jpg

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6 Replies to “Mobile Website & Exercise & Diet Progress (Gail Chord Schuler)”

  1. Pretty good advice from Osha Key (who I don't follow, but find a bit interesting). By the way, Brent Spiner has never, ever insinuated that I am anything less than beautiful, even when I weigh 140 pounds, and has not even hinted that I need to exercise to be beautiful. I feel totally secure with him. I exercise mainly for MYSELF and because I wanted to marry Brent in the 1990s and Jesuits blocked the way for me. So I like to feel that when Brent and I finally get together, that the only thing that has changed is that I have more maturity and womanliness and courage, but that none of the beauty from my youth has been lost:

    Let me tell you a story.

    I met a guy and I fell head over heels in love with
    him. Or at least it felt like love at the time.

    Do you know that feeling when you don’t know
    someone that well yet, but you feel such a deep
    connection and feel that your souls were connected
    in a past life or that there’s some magical and bigger
    plan at play?

    He was incredibly charming. His smile made me
    feel like there’s an elevator in my stomach going
    up and down. It was hard to concentrate, I couldn’t
    sleep or eat. I was daydreaming all day long and
    listening to ‘Minnie Riperton – Loving you’ on repeat.

    My friends probably got tired of hearing me talk about
    him. At some point I even started annoying myself.
    But I couldn’t help it.

    This can happen at any age: whether you’re a teenager,
    or in your 20s or your 50s. Once in a while Cupid sneaks
    into your life and shoots his arrows at you, maybe even
    against your will. I’m sure you’ve experienced that at
    least once in your life.

    So it was one of “those times” and because I felt that
    magic and deep connection, I was convinced that it can’t
    be just from one side, can it? He must feel the same
    because it’s so electrifying that it must be destiny.

    So I put on the pink glasses and looked at everything
    he did as a sign that he loved me too. Every word,
    every touch, every call, every text, every smile became
    a confirmation sign for me that he also feels the same.
    Delusion in its highest form.

    The pain of rejection

    Then one day the reality hit and it turned out that he
    also liked me but perhaps just as a friend. Or maybe
    even as a woman, but just a little bit. Nothing even
    close to repeating my name first thing in the morning
    or humming the Mendelssohn’s March when daydreaming
    about me.

    In other words, he thought I was cute and fun but didn’t
    share the exact same feeling.

    It was like a punch in the gut. My heart got shattered.

    It’s not that he was a bastard or a bad person. He didn’t
    really break my heart. It was me, or my expectations,
    stories in my head and my fantasies that broke my heart.

    Blaming my body for romantic failures

    I took the rejection so personally. What’s more, I blamed
    it on my body.

    I was so sure that he didn’t love me because I was too fat.
    I wasn’t pretty enough.

    If only I was skinnier…. If only I had those toned arms,
    flat belly, thin legs… Then clearly he would have fallen in
    love with me too.

    And if he didn’t like something about my personality it’s
    only because I wasn’t fully confident and open with him –
    because my weight and insecurities were holding me back.

    So I felt like I was in prison within my body. I felt my body
    was holding me back and not allowing me to express myself
    and get what I wanted in life.

    It’s not that I wanted him that much, as I understand it now.
    It was my desire to feel loved, wanted and seen. More than
    anything I wanted to feel connected and appreciated.

    This story is just one example. I kept repeating the same
    pattern over and over again with different guys. I had a
    “talent” to pick men that were not into me. And now I
    know it wasn’t a coincidence. I needed to learn that lesson.

    The uncomfortable lesson I needed to learn

    Over seven years ago I met my current partner and because
    I was already rediscovering my worth and learning to accept
    myself, he saw me differently than those other guys in the past.
    I was open and very honest with him. And so he accepted me
    for who I was and fell in love with me.

    Then during our first year together I gained a lot of fat and
    reached my all-time highest weight. He didn’t stop loving
    me because of this, he still loved me for who I was. In fact,
    he didn’t notice my weight gain. Only years later when we
    were looking at the old photographs, he was shocked by how
    much bigger I used to be!

    The point is – when a man loves you for who you are, he
    might not even notice your flaws.

    It was me who was so in my head, thinking about all my
    insecurities and acting without confidence and not shining
    my light, that really repelled the guys. It wasn’t those extra
    five or twenty pounds. It was a lack of self-esteem and not
    recognizing how beautiful and powerful I am.

    I got rejected because I was rejecting myself.

    Eventually I lost weight and achieved the body I was happy
    with and confident in. But that was a result of me accepting
    myself and loving myself for who I was.

    Why losing weight in order to be loved doesn’t work

    Losing weight so you can love yourself and get loved by
    others doesn’t work.

    As clichéd as it sounds, you need to learn how to love yourself
    first. Only then you will be able to accept love from others. Only
    then you’ll be able to attract partners who will see in you your
    full potential and love you with all your flaws. Because our flaws
    are what makes us beautiful and unique.

    And no, you don’t need to be a perfection of self-love to get this.
    In fact I’m yet to meet a person who totally loves and accepts
    herself and doesn’t have any doubts or moments of weakness.

    You just need to step into the right direction.

    Acknowledge your strengths: sense of humor, kind heart, caring
    nature, depth of your soul, intelligence and your beautiful body,
    even though you might not see it as perfect yet.

    Your self-respect and the way you treat yourself set the standard
    of how others will treat you. Know that your body doesn’t define
    you and no matter where you are right now, you have innate worth.

    And ironically, when you set the high standard for yourself, you
    treat your body in the best possible way: feed it the right food,
    move it in a way that is healthy and take time to rest.

    And that’s when your body falls into the right weight and shape
    for itself.

    Allow me to guide you on this journey and show you how to feed
    and take care of your body, as well as your mindset and soul.

    In the Lovetarian Detox program we focus not only how to improve
    your health and lose weight, but also how to learn to fully accept and
    love ourselves. This is the only way for becoming the best version of you.

    Because let’s be honest. You think you need weight loss (and yes, you do).
    But what you truly want and long for is a meaningful life, feeling good
    in your skin and living up to your potential!

    You can have it all.

    Allow me show you how.

    Much love,

    Osha

    P.S. If you have any questions about the program or are on the fence, feel
    free to send me an email. I’m here to help.

    http://www.lovetariandiet.com/sendy/unsubscribe/iilfYZ4jxFIqCWv8928BFiZGsbSAuBZR1CCm1uqNAjssY/Z7vnXedY3EbRNG0r70phdA/yJ9wvu7uy763qgN59zLX9Pig

  2. Gail shares her progress with the Gail Commandments and eating a balanced diet while managing her weight through the website Jesus recommended called http://www.myfitnesspal.com.

    Here is information about the version of her website for smartphone users: https://plus.google.com/107014997445256183039/posts/3321YF7z3in

    To keep up with the latest on Gail's writings, visit her writer page: http://www.gabriellechana.com

    Check out Gail's new video to make her workout on her glider more enjoyable: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4DjjBYTOdkpbGhIU3RNdzRHWDA/view

    To keep up with Gail every day, visit her Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your.GabrielleChana

    Here is Carolyn's Facial Fitness: http://www.carolynsfacialfitness.com/

    Here are Jesus' awesome Gail Commandments: http://www.gabriellechana.com/Gail_Commandments.htm

    This is what my mother (who won 2nd place in Miss Tokyo beauty pageant) looked like in her twenties and thirties. This is a photo of Gladys Zender (Miss Universe 1957, year I was BORN): https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/f9/0b/fd/f90bfda044130fc0ad6725ca219f839f.jpg & https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/89/07/9b/89079b726c42b2bde61878a827d13ef6.jpg

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