I need my glasses to find my glasses do you see my problem
You can’t even see your problem
Things like this made me hate the way I looked. I’m only 5’1 and I have never weighed more than 120 lbs. When I was in Junior High my aunt told me that, quote on quote “Men don’t like small girls. They like a woman with curves. Wide hips, big breast.” Family members told me I had the body of a young boy. I got teased for being skinny. I then always wanted to be thicker. I WANTED to gain weight. Seeing things like this made me believe what my aunt said, I thought no guy would ever look at me. I eventually got skinnier due to having Lupus and I got down to around 98 lbs. People assumed I had an eating disorder, when in fact I was sick. I saw a nutritionist and she showed me the appropriate weight for my height. I realized that being anywhere from 110-120 lbs was OKAY! That it was healthy for MY size. We see a skinny girl and say “That’s societies fault.” But we spend out time putting down others to make ourselves feel better. Just because a girl has curves or a little meat on her bones doesn’t make her ‘FAT’ or ‘OBESE’ just like a girl with a petite frame doesn’t mean shes ‘ANOREXIC’. Everyone is insecure, we all have flaws. I have them. I may be small but I DON’T have ABS. I DO have CELLULITE, I DO have STRETCH MARKS! I’m not perfect, no one is. We have to remember we can’t change our body from. My whole point is that, being skinny isn’t always what people think, and that when we see someone we can’t assume ANYTHING about that person because of their size. We are all beautiful!
It scares me that there’s only 1000 reblogs.
It scares me that there’s only 3000 reblogs.
how old is google?
google is 13 today