My body is not meant for a thigh gap. This picture is for all the girls who are trying to attain a thigh gap and are inspired by all those #thinspo #thighgap pictures. These were taken 30 seconds apart. Anyone can make it seem like they have a thigh gap, so please don’t take those pictures seriously. Love your body, no matter your structure. #healthy #bodyimage #weightloss #getfit
GOD BLESS THIS PERSON’S SOUL. IT’S TRANSPARENT.
IT LOOKS LIKE IT’S CLIMBING DOWN MY BLOG. CRYCRYCRY.
The thing that makes me so mad about my psoriasis is that when my skin was nice and perfect and smooth i never took it for granted. i looked at myself every day and thanked God that my skin was better. That i felt like a normal teenage girl for once. I never let a day go by that i didnt appreciate…
so yeah this goes for 80% of the people in my life.
fair enough. I don’t know what you were thinking I just responded based on what I read in the post. I think kids are quite sensitive to things like that though and based on her response it sounds kind of like she thought that you were insinuating she was fat.
Today as a friendly gesture, I patted my nine year old cousin’s chubby belly.
She looks at me and really seriously goes “I’d rather be fat than skinny. There are some girls in my class, when they wear bikinis all their bones stick out. It’s gross.”
I didn’t have the heart to answer her.
Everything she said contradicted my mindset.
How would this be a friendly gesture?? I don’t get how someone who understands body image issues would think patting a young girls “chubby belly” might not effect them. I feel like those little gestures are where it all starts. I have those memories… a friend jokingly poking my love handles when I sat down, that memory makes me literally want to puke. I feel sick at the thought of something that lasted two seconds and no one thought anything of.
lol i did the Michael Jackson dance thing