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He had gotten quiet and sulky for me talking to another guy on only the second date! He wanted to go everywhere I went, needed to keep tabs on my whereabouts at all times, and constantly accused me of being unfaithful.He started breaking down my self esteem almost immediately, asking me if I didn’t think I should have an exercise program [like his mum and sister] to stop me getting any fatter. He told me if I didn’t take any pride in the way I looked he would cheat on me.I lived in a large bungalow with my brother and one of my sisters. She remains the same to this day, constantly pessimistic and still complaining about my father even though he has been dead for 6 years now.
He gave me a nick name which referred to me looking like a duck.[Muggy quacks.] He called me this in a ‘loving’ manner and manipulated me into thinking it was true.
Now, Ms Norton-Smith, from the Gold Coast, Queensland, boasts over 30,000 Instagram followers and is sharing her health and lifestyle tips through her health and fitness business Blivewear - both for the betterment of women and their children.
Don't over do the cardio: It's all about 'light cardio training, repetitive weight training in targeted areas and speed training..well as a balanced diet,' Ms Norton-Smith said (pictured with her daughter and son Zade, 10) Learning the science: Before kids, Ms Norton-Smith was very active and competed in various competitions, but she realised that cardio wasn't the answer after kids as it didn't give her the optimal body shape Motivating women: Ms Norton-Smith, from the Gold Coast, Queensland, boasts over 30,000 Instagram followers and is sharing her health and lifestyle tips through her health and fitness business Blivewear'I am dairy-free due to my health choices...
Prior to her latest brush with the law Van Krevel was believed to be living a quiet suburban existence, hanging out with friends and talking about 'getting fit'.
'I started to look more into what was going to benefit me as a mum and after a great deal of research realised that as a woman, overdoing cardio training wasn't going to create a great body shape for me,' Ms Norton-Smith, a full-time PE teacher, told Daily Mail Australia.