I Support Self Love

It has come to my attention that some may think that I don’t support weight loss or weight loss surgeries.

I support self love and I would love to see every woman, big or small, to love yourselves no matter their size.

I struggle as a plus size woman to love myself, but I also know that women that are not plus size, struggle with insecurities as well.

If you don’t love yourself as a bigger woman, you won’t love yourself as a skinnier version.

In all honesty, I would most likely have the gastric sleeve (if I could afford it). Not for vanity purposes, but to feel more comfortable in my own body.

Do I think all medical problems disappear after weightloss?? Nope, I know for a fact that some health problems follow you after weight loss.

That being said, I do think that being overweight comes with its own set of problems. Such as back and joint pain from carrying that extra weight. And extra weight does make it harder to get around.

So I absolutely support weight loss and weight loss surgeries for better health.

I personally don’t think people should depend on weight loss surgeries to help them feel better about the way they look. If you don’t love yourself, the way you are, then no amount of surgeries will help you to love yourself more.

I personally want to love myself 100% the way I am and I don’t want to think of weight loss as a way to feel prettier or more attractive.

I still struggle with my insecurities and I am learning to love myself but I know I am not quite there yet. I do know that if I lose 100 pounds, I will still face insecurities, until I truly love myself the way I am.

So in conclusion, I support weight loss and weight loss surgeries, my only hope is that women will see their true beauty before weight loss and do it for the right reasons. Remember, you will not love yourself after weightloss if you do not love yourself before.

Stay Beautiful my friends!


Big Girl Rant

Did you know that there really is people that have a fat phobia? They think being fat is the worst thing that could happen to a person.

Ok, so I get that being 600 pounds is unhealthy, but so is being 90 pounds.

Who wrote the rule book that we all have to be one size.

I started gaining weight in 5th grade. I was just like every other kid, full of energy and very active. I didn’t eat much either. Can you tell me at that young age, I did anything wrong and chose to be fat??

I honestly believe God made us all shape and sizes for a reason.

Does that mean we should gorge out and eat whole pizzas?? No! But I can tell you it seems I can breathe air and gain weight, so who are they to judge me because of my weight.

Can being overweight be unhealthy? Sure, but can you tell me skinny people are completely healthy?

I know big people with high blood pressure and skinny people with high blood pressure.

Everyone is so fast to blame weight on everything, when you can’t tell me skinny people never get the same illness.

I recently found out one of my big girl inspirations, was thinking about weight loss surgery. Talk about a slap in the face. She inspired me to be happy as a big girl and to love my body and now she wants to change her body!

It starts making me think “is everybody right about being fat?” ” should fat people not exist?” “Should we be extinct?”

Well my answer is No! We are who we are meant to be! I can diet, lose a few pounds, but I will always be chunky.

I can go to the extreme to have weight loss surgery, but if God wants me to be a plus size woman, that weight is coming back.

I know all the fat phobia people will be yelling “your unhealthy.” Ok, how healthy are you?? Worry about you boo boo!

Stop the fat shaming and worry about yourself! We are not hurting anybody by existing.

So in conclusion, don’t let anybody tell you what your body should look like. Don’t let fat haters, make you hate yourself.

We are not disgusting creatures, we are beautiful!