08 May 2015

Should You Live in Shame if You're Fat?

You don't know her story. My story? Is that I gained 15 pounds this week without changing my eating habits. And inexplicably lost ten. And I expect to lose five more soon for no reason. Life with a bad thyroid - I can't even "eat less and exercise more" and have it work. The point being, NONE of us need people judging us for our size. Including doctors, thanks.  Edit: my post had a picture from Shark Fitness unapologetically body-shaming another person publicly.  The posts have since been removed and he's backtracking so quickly he's about to lose his balance.  Yay.


Both of the men below are uncomfortable and feeling some pain. One elects to feel that way a few hours a week...the...
Posted by Shark Fitness Training on Wednesday, March 4, 2015

6 comments:

  1. In my opinion, people who go around shaming others should be ashamed. I usually hope that one day they'll have a similar problem out of their control and get to know just what it feels like. Wrong of me, but there it is.

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    1. I don't believe in Karma but times like this, I sure wish I did. :)

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  2. We never know what other people have gone through. Blessings to you!

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    1. Thank you, Bethany! Thankfully or not, there are plenty of other obese people out there now, so I don't stick out TOO badly. Working on it. :)

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  3. There are many and varied reasons why people are overweight and I hate to judge ANYONE. No one CHOOSES to be overweight (except mad people!). Body shaming in public in any way is shameful.

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    1. Yes, it is! If you're not helping the person, you should shut up. I agree!

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