I've got the stupidest fear of all - I'm scared that I'm going to get lots of compliments on my weightloss. I know most people look forward to that bit, but I HATE it with a passion!!! Sure, when I go back to uni next year, it'd be nice if someone said - hey, did you loose weight? But if it's the first thing that's said to me, I'm going to die. And 2 years from now, when I'm at my goal weight and have been for some time, people I haven't seen in a long time are going to come up to me and say "Wow! You've lost weight!" without saying anything else first, as if THAT's the most important thing I've done since then, never mind everything else that I'll have achieved that is FAR more important than something as silly as what I look like. I'll also be reinforcing that stupid attitude people have that you have to loose weight to be happy, and I'll be making other people I know feel bad because they haven't lost weight (even if they don't NEED to), which may even result on me being censored about behind my back, cos people do that when they get jealous. But even beyond all that, I just hate people telling me I did good, because I'm such a perfectionist that I know there's always more I could have done and if it's not perfect I hate people telling me that it is. I just really hate people saying nice things about me a lot of the time.