txglasgow64 karma2020-04-15 16:45:59 UTC
Do you feel that the documentary represented your side of the story? If not, what details would you want added?
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txglasgow16 karma2013-12-30 04:03:42 UTC
I see personal trainers as therapists for the body (and actually parts of the mind) instead of purely the mind. How would you respond to this observation? Also, do you have any stories where you completely changed someones life? You know, like the type of thing they would make movies out of. You can talk about as many different aspects of these questions as you want.
txglasgow11 karma2013-12-30 04:48:50 UTC
Wow, thank you so much for that response and for the things you talked about. I'm sorry that you had to go through that loss but it is bittersweet in a way. That was really what I needed to hear though, I go see a therapist regularly and really want to turn my life around and get fit. I'm 117 pounds, a guy, and 5'8 ish. They say that regular exercise can treat mild depression just as well as medication and I really believe it can, I just need to get motivated enough so that I maintain a schedule but you've convinced me that I can do it with a little help. Again, thank you for the response! I think I'll be hitting my local gym for a trainer as soon as I can.
txglasgow9 karma2014-01-18 15:33:24 UTC
Wow. Look at Josh's Pecks
txglasgow4 karma2014-02-13 15:58:46 UTC
If there was one thing about today's world that you could change, what would it be?
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