I remember one of my Sorors telling me (when I first started) "I don't want to hear nothing about weight loss, when we meet up." She wasn't saying it to be vindictive or anything, or to even show "hate". I had simply been using up MOST, if not all of our convo/rap session time to talk about what I ate, how much I worked out, and verbally dissecting why the scale reacted, how it did. For someone who may not be on the same path as you in that light, after a while extended stories can simply get annoying. They care, just not always as much as us. I was just so excited to share each and every little triumph (realtime), that the next triumph and those that followed became underwhelming for some.
Now I know, some have people who are there with them every step of the way, and that's great. Shad stays ON IT ... to say the least, and he's been quite active in my journey infiltrating his "expertise" in the PT and nutrition realm. But for others, it's best to let your physique and devotion to a diet ... speak for themselves. Unless of course it's your effort to help someone else in the process (by sharing your progress and/or activities) ... still, just be mindful, and considerate ...
... and if push comes to shove, and you want to share everything, anytime or all the time ... just ... START A BLOG!!! ;) ... lol
mes deux cents