Weight Loss Makes You BORING? Fat Acceptance Commentary #weightloss Weight Loss
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If my trainer told me to not take before and afters, I’d be looking for a new trainer.
oh yes I’ll take a “doing moment” picture….?????
The irony of that cackling moron at the beginning telling other people _”do something interesting with your life”_ while she just lays in bed/on a sofa bitching about complete strangers working towards a goal to shed unhealthy excess weight. She’s not doing anything interesting by whinging about something that doesn’t affect her in any way. 🤡
Wailing, crying because other people lose weight. Honey, you have personal issues and you need to understand that nobody else cares about them. You need to deal with those issues. If photos on the internet cause you such pain, you need to stay off the internet, because people are going to post the fact they have met a goal they are proud of having met.
I don’t get it. I thought these people think being obese is OK. So how the hell can someone else deciding to lose weight upset them? Clearly they don’t really think that being obese is acceptable. As for being fatphobic, personally I think that it’s a virtue when applied to yourself.
“not live in a fat body” wtf is she talking about😂
I hadn’t seen my father in law for a while and I’ve lost a ton of weight in the past year. He called me “skinny Minnie” at our Christmas party and I literally couldn’t have been happier lol
Do something interesting with your life, eh? Like lurking in the corners of social media oogling what other people are doing and then shitposting about it? Sounds thrilling…
All of this insecurity hurts
It seems like everyone in this community that is in “recovery” is overweight, which leads me to believe they are recovering from binge eating.
They detach themselves from their fat bodies when they’re rationalizing their decisions, yet take third party comments that don’t even reference them and attach those comments to their very existence. It’s disingenuous and shouldn’t ever be taken seriously.
Your weight lose offends me. I am missing the part why I should care.
I think we were very taken by surprise at how genuinely evil Virgie Tovar & her brood turned out to be
What the fuuuuuuuck…what?? She was crying about random people she doesn’t know losing weight??? Wtf? She was talking about that person as if they died, not just died but was killed and as if they were two seperate people, when they lost the weight. Get a fucking grip. It’s. Not. About. You. Other people changing is NOT about YOU. And how weird is it that you think that their hard work somehow means they hated themselves and now love themselves? Even if they did, it’s not about you. All they did was change and it’s not about you.
They’re all just bitter jealous babies who are too lazy to put in any work on themselves.
i know it’s not the same thing, but i’ve struggled with acne since puberty, and i get insecure about it. however, i don’t get mad at people who show before and after pics of their skin. it actually makes me feel hopeful that i can get there as well, so i love seeing those posts. these people have a lot of internal issues they need to sort out if before and after weight loss pics angers them that much. it should inspire them, or if they’re as secure and confident in their bodies as they all claim to be, it shouldn’t bother them at all. these people are so contradictory it’s insane
Out of the big social media apps I can think of (tik tok, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, tumblr, twitter, pinterest) I truly think tik tok is the worst for mental health and most likely to trigger people. That’s tough competition, especially considering I’m including twitter and Instagram, but in my experience tik tok is just awful. My mental health is always best without tik tok and ik many others feel the same. It’s addicting and random triggering things pop up all the time. Say you’re in ED recovery, like I’ve been. If you interact with recovery content, sick pro ana content will pop up too. Recovery content can be triggering and harmful as well, but that’s a whole other essay. If you even just google recovery related things or message about them with friends, this content can pop up. Sometimes, the algorithm even shows pro ana content randomly to people regardless of the things they interact with. Twitter and Instagram are probably tied for second on most triggering. You have to search for pro ana content on those apps, especially insta where most pro ana accounts are private. Twitter, a mutual may interact with pro ana content, but otherwise you shouldn’t see it. This is just ED triggers, though. Id say if more common things like rape, gore, child abuse, domestic violence, war, etc. trigger you, twitter beats Instagram but not tik tok for how triggering it is. On twitter it may randomly pop up, but from my experience not on the same level as tik tok. At least on twitter I can filter out words that’ll hide tweets with trigger words and a lot of disturbing images and videos have a censor flagged warning. On tik tok, you could be having a casual scroll on your fyp and suddenly a video with a detailed description of a child abuse case or gore/violence/bloody video may appear with no warning.
Why should I care if I post before or after offends you?
Well I’m glad if people want to lose weight if they want shouldn’t be anyone else’s trauma. If some wants to be overweight then do that as well, but to have your value placed on others photos or videos then maybe chill on social media for a little bit. You can’t control what others do on social apps or in social spaces
I think New Year’s resolutions in general are stupid. The “starting next week/day” mentality is stupid. I believe if you really want to make a change, do it now.