I mentioned reverse denial in a thread in the Success Stories section. I don't know about yall but I am somewhat unaware of much smaller (leaner) I actually am. I have not been in pants under size 36 for as long as I can remember. So I still think that I can fit in some of my old clothes but I keep failing epically. And adding a belt to pants makes matters worse as they just look bunched up. I think my problem is the scale weight hardly changes so I assume no body changes but clearly my body is recomping right before my eyes. And when you see yourself everyday in the mirror you don't notice these changes. So I call it reverse denial where your psychy has not realized that you have infact created a blueprint to create a smaller (healthier) you and that plan is working. You still think those bigger clothes look good on you. Anyone else want to comment about "reverse denial"?