Victoria Fitness Mental health


Hey I'm Victoria and I'm getting better and better each day. I believe that health is happiness and although I've got a few pounds to shed, I'm never going to let that get in the way of doing things that make me happy (like eating). I would say I'm pretty educated (though not certified) on fitness/weightloss etc. and would love to help you on your journey :) I don't post bodies, i support loving your own. Also I have an amazing horse (Fanfair) and I'm slightly obsessed with her.

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"If you’re ever lucky enough to find a girl who is a hopeless romantic with a dirty mind, you should hold onto that. Because she’ll be yours at two in the morning and at two in the afternoon the following day. She’ll kiss you where it hurts and until it hurts. And that’s important. Someone who not only knows how to turn you on but also knows how to treat you right is someone worth a little something… and a little more than usual."
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Anonymous said: I am in love with the same guy I've loved for 3 years. I met him when I was 16 and he was 23. We knew it was a bad idea so we sidestepped it for a long time and kept trying to cut off communication but we both kept coming back. He lives far away from me now, and we cut it off basically completely when I went off to college- he wanted me to be able to live my life in college and not to worry about him. But my heart still wants him and I compare every guy to him. He emailed me for Xmas and I...

(…)Didn’t respond until valentines day and he never replied back. It was basically a I hope you’re doing well email. (We both deleted each other’s phone numbers because we knew otherwise we wouldnt be able to cut it off) I still think about him all the time though. And every guy I’ve “talked to” never measures up to him and I never want to take it past “talking” to a more serious relationship. I’m a sophomore in college and I cant wait til I graduate.. I want him

i don’t really know what kind of answer you want out of me, but if it’s been that long I’m sure there’s something there and maybe you should tell him how you feel and try to talk something out? Hopefully everything works out for you and him :)



Anonymous said: I really like this guy and my friends and his sister keep telling me he really likes me we were studying after school in the cafeteria and his mom showed up she really wanted to meet me because him and his sister talk about me a lot and she said oh this is the girl you text so much apparently im the person he texts the most when they got their phone bill it was really awkward but she was nice I think she liked me but idk hes so sweet and not to mention gorgeous and plays with my hair any advice

go for it! Clearly he’s into you and you’re into him and I think you should just tell him how you feel, there’s no use in holding back when there’s clearly something there :)

good luck x



Anonymous said: But I think he likes me. I go to his office hours and we talk about ourselves and he always laughs at my jokes even when other people are around. And every time he makes one he looks at me to see that im laughing. And he really wants me to go to this convention that lasts the whole weekend (he's going to it, too) and he's been picking on just me to go to it. He's like 8 years older than me. And he will no longer be my professor in a couple months! Poooop..

Okay, well.. See the thing is I’d say absolutely not because he’s married, but if he’s going to cheat, it doesn’t really matter who it’s with because he’s going to cheat anyways, ya feel? So that wouldn’t be your fault. but at the same time, I’m like naw don’t be homewrecker.

8 years isn’t that much depending on your age. like 20 and 28 isn’t that bad but if you’re like 14 and he’s 22 pls stop right there.

To be honest, I think it’s a bit risky and slightly optimistic to think it’ll work and I won’t advise you to go for it. But idk if you feel like it can work, it could always be worth a shot.

good luck haha



Anonymous said: Hey. I need advice! I'm in love with my married professor

I don’t think I can give you any different advice than: get over him. It’s really blunt, but he’s married and your professor which I think makes him very off limits + if you went for it and things went wrong, shit could get awkward for the rest of the year.

Good luck though!

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