Okay, so a few years before I came out to my parents *the first people*, I started working out. I was living on my own, and just decided that if I didnt take the initative to work out and eat better, I would never do it. I made some progress, but not much. my diet was crap, and I was learning as I went. when I moved home, it was a year before I came out, and I kept my working out up for a bit, but my diet was worse, as my parents do the shopping, and it is hard to keep a good diet when you have to eat what someone else buys. So, I come out, and I feel more confident. when I moved back out of my parents house, I decided to take back up working out, and this time, my knowledge was better on nutrition, so I focused on eating right and cleaner right from the begining. I have been working out generally steady for a year now, and have put on 25 pounds, with about 15 or so of that being muscle. Should I be worried about the fact that when I started, I had a picture of what I wanted to get to body wise, which was still lean, but with some muscle so that I wasnt just rail thin. I now look lean and muscular, but all of a sudden, I just feel like it is not enough. now I want to try to pack on another 15 pounds of muscle over the next year, and I just get the urge to be bigger, as if I caught some metaphorical bug, and now I feel like I will never been big enough. Am I becoming too vain? I was 135 pounds when I started working out again, and now hover around 160 pounds. I am 6'3", so 160 is still skinnyish. now I am looking at being 175-185, and I am just worried that I am getting addicted to weight training.