The truth is, most often we seem to be keeping secrets from our own selves. Most of us are honest people. Most of us would not actually lie on a legal document yet, I can't be the only one that ever had a discrepancy between my actual weight and what it said on my drivers license application. At least I certainly hope not.
I'm not even sure why it mattered to me at the time
So I hope I'm past the statute of limitations, and of course this infraction was before I learned to accept myself fully exactly how I am. The last time I renewed my drivers license, I didn't put my true weight. I didn't really lie on the application of course, I lied to myself, I had every intention of weighing exactly that in the next 5 seconds or so, I knew technically I'd weigh that much eventually and wouldn't it be best to put that more reasonable number down just in case, after all the driver's license is good for 5 years. I had justified this by saying that my weight would be correct for more of that 5 years if I put something just a little lower than my weight on that day. I don't even know why it mattered. My weight says "5" My state didn't print the actual number at the time.
Ok so I guess I did lie about my weight. I confess -- ahhh that feels better now.
The good thing is that I made good on my promise. If you read my story you'll see my before and today photos. Today I weigh what I put on my drivers license application. My license is up for renewal in 2015. Now the actual weight will appear and not some number category.
Be honest with yourself