bweath2 wrote: »
Have you ever had BF testing done. I did the dunk tank test about 25 yrs ago in college and I'm really curious how much my lean mass has changed.
Mez79p wrote: »
For as long as I can remember I was always the fat kid at school and all my young adult life (being close to or over the 100kgs mark). You never forget being called things like "beach whale" or people quoting "i feel the earth move ♩
ZhivagosGirl wrote: »
My mom wrote, "Too pudgy" in my baby book when I was 3 - so yeah, my weight has been a life-long battle (I'll be 49 on Saturday).
beckycumming wrote: »
I think I still am the fat kid haha. I've genetically got a bigger build (I'm tall, wide hips, sturdy frame etc etc) so even since I was a kid I was always just larger than everyone else. Not necessarily fatter but bigger for sure. All the bullying and self-esteem issues probably contributed to weight gain in additional years. Even if I lose all the weight I want I still truly believe I'll still look 'larger' than everyone else. So unless I get model skinny that's something I'll just always have to deal with. Sometimes it's ok but I certainly still feel bad about it sometimes! But either way it's about how I feel not how other people see me, so it's all good! Chins up, friends!
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