Post # 47
Before you feel bad, just think from her perspective. Something must’ve been up her butt for sure and you looked liked the weakest, so therefore easiest target. And by weakest I mean, someone who is very jovial, friendly type and not intimidating at all. So that she was able to approach you easily.
Sometimes people lash out their anger at the wrong person. That doesn’t make it right. But that should make you realize that YOU were not at fault for her feeling/saying those things. Nor are you responsible for the wrath of teenage girls.
Thanks for sharing this. I work out whenver schedule permits. And I look/feel FINE. Now I gotta be more careful around…………. EVERYBODY!
Post # 48
@Corilee13: Wait…so in my early adulthood when I starved myself to the point of needing therapy,my hair fell out and it took years for my period to return….
…that was because of….you?
Wow, I could have saved so much time and money. Thank you for owning up so I can finally know the real root of my problem.
Seriously, that was really asanine and I would have told her to F OFF. I have had people tell me to ‘eat a burger’ before, and I get really pissed, for the sheer fact that I have had weight issues my whole life, and it is something I am still struggling with today at times. That woman should know better and know that there is no way for anyone to ever know what another person is going through. Such as, for me, when someone makes a comment about my body, how do they know that what they said was not my ‘trigger’ for starving myself or abusing laxitives? People need to learn to not say anything. What if you WERE an anorexia survivor just doing a workout and trying to regain stregnth? She obviously has NO idea about these sorts of issues and how sensitive they are.
Ok. I’m off my soapbox. I’m sorry this happened to you. Who knows what the reasoning was. She just should have kept her mouth shut.