body shame

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I’m 43 years old, I have borne two children. I have gained and lost weight over the years. I’m fit; I’m thin; I have a six
I wrote something passive-aggressively negative about the woman in the photo and I got called out on it by my friends and followers. Here's the kicker: the woman in the photo was me.
My thoughts about my body are really the only ones that matter.
It’s not that you don’t care about your health.
We all know themed 5ks are all the rage these days, but have you ever ran a 5k totally butt naked? Just outside of the Pacific Northwest city of Spokane, Washington, a nudist ranch has hosted a nude 5k race every summer since 1984.
I don't have a thigh gap. And in this moment I'm not working toward having one. Stunning. I know. Imagine that. I get it, it's not news that women are held to impossibly high standards when it comes to what our bodies are suppose to look like.
I am taking contrary action to be in an environment that is filled with emotional triggers. Just walking in the door is an exercise in self-love and self-acceptance, and the gym is now a place of healing and reclamation.
Yet another reason to love the body you're in right now.
After the photo went up, I started to receive a number of body-shaming comments and texts saying things like, "I don't approve
I don't know about you but I'm tired. Tired of thinking about my size. Tired of the guilt trips over what I ate, how many workouts I missed. Tired of the ridiculous expectations of myself. Of others looking at a single, static snapshot and talking about a woman's weight.
No matter who you are or what you look like -- and for most of us, it's nothing like a Victoria's Secret model -- you should take ownership of how you feel about your own body.
Technology is a danger of the contemporary dating landscape. I don't have it all figured out, but I have developed the "Donovan Rule:" No frequent calling or texting before the first meeting - and no overnight bags on Date 1.