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Man Starts Amazing Weight Loss Journey After Neglecting Body For 10 Years

“It is at this point I no longer refer to it as weight loss but as life gain.”

One man is reminding everyone that it is gratifying to take care of ourselves. Not only so you would look good, but most importantly is for you to feel good about yourself.

Nicholas La Monaco finally decided to take control of his life after neglecting his body for ten long years. He gained a lot of weight on the process and lost a lot of self-esteem. But he has decided enough is enough.

Nicholas started to face the problem instead of ignoring it like he usually did before.

He said:

“I faced one stunning and painful realization after another over the next few days. I didn’t have a ‘big frame,’ I wasn’t a ‘burly guy,’ my thick beard and open-buttoned flannels weren’t an attempt at style but to try and hide myself. It wasn’t ‘always hot’ in everyone else’s car and house, I was just fat and overdressed. I was now 5’7″ and 300lbs, and it was severely affecting my health and lifestyle.”

That’s when he decided to do something about it and started to make little changes in his lifestyle. Although he probably wanted to lose all the excess weight as soon as possible, Nicholas knew that the only way to make his weight loss journey successful is through hard work and perseverance.

Nicholas’ weight loss journey taught him a lot of lessons, especially things about himself.

He shared:

“At the start, it was only about losing weight, the number on the scale, and something physical. But as the months went by, I began to learn more about myself than I ever imagined.”

Now, Nicholas has lost 150 lbs. He went from size 3XL to Small. His waist was from 44 inches to 28 inches. He said that his body transformation is not the best part of his weight loss journey. it was having the energy to go through the day.


25 Wholesome Pictures That Will Give You Happy Tears

Good things still happen every day!

We are so used to seeing negative moments and activities on television and social media that we sometimes forget that there is still so much good out there. People are actually not that bad like the media portray them.

It’s human instinct to care for other people. Be it our family members, friends, or strangers — when we feel that we can give them a helping hand, we do it. Here are 25 wholesome pictures that will surely make you smile — or tear up.

1. When trust is beautifully rewarded.


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Burger King Worker Offers Hearty Meal To Homeless Man Who Asks ‘What Can I Get For $0.50?’

What an amazing young man!

We sometimes see employees and managers kicking homeless people out of their establishments, knowing that they can’t afford anything on the menu anyway - but one young man chose to make a difference. Matthew Resendez works at Burger King, and when a man strolled in wearing scruffy clothes and looking untidy, he treated him like how he treats everyone else.

As predicted, the man didn’t have enough money to buy a meal at the restaurant. However, he also didn’t ask for free food, but wonders what he could get for 50 cents instead. Knowing that the man would not be able to afford even the cheapest entree on the Burger King menu, Matthew did something remarkably wise beyond his years.


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Parents Refused To Abort ‘Deformed’ Baby And He Looks Completely Different Two Years Later

They definitely made the right decision.

Most of us listen to what our doctors say because we believe that they know more about medical matters than us. They even have a degree to prove that. However, there are times that we have to follow our own hearts and guts than the suggestions and advice of these professionals.

Just take Sara Heller and her partner Chris, for example. They were anxiously waiting for the arrival of their sweet baby, and even already given him Brody as his name, only to be informed of a complication. The doctor then asked the couple if they wanted to keep the baby or consider other options. They chose to give Brody a chance.


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