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By short&stout - / Saturday 26 August 2017 20:00 /
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By  Kurliez408  |  29

To her, it gave confidence. To you, you saw women in a worse state wearing a two piece and happy about it. Wear what you want! A Bikini Body is simply a body in a bikini :)

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By  Kurliez408  |  29

To her, it gave confidence. To you, you saw women in a worse state wearing a two piece and happy about it. Wear what you want! A Bikini Body is simply a body in a bikini :)

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  PenguinPal3017  |  7

Once someone thought I was fat because my friends was fat. My friend was 370 lbs and I was 135 lbs. The guy assumed that I had to be fat just because my friend was. Somehow he didn't actually see me when looking at me.

By  tj4234  |  35

Swimming's actually really good for weight loss. If you get over your fear of being judged and keep going you'll quickly shed that weight.

By  hunterseal  |  18

I think she is happy that woman are wearing what they want instead of wearing what society deems acceptable for their body type. Don't be a offended she saw ( even though bigger ) you aren't at your ideal weight, it was probably your lack of confidence above anything else.

By  Knittedbirch  |  8

I know it really sucks to feel all vulnerable and self-conscious (I never, never wear a bathing suit in public), and I know it's easy to say "well, at least I'm not as ugly/fat/gross as THAT person" as a defense mechanism. But try to catch yourself and fight that urge. A lot of people (yourself included!) are going to have feelings about your body, both positive and negative, but none of those have any bearing on whether or not you deserve to have a good time at the pool with your kids. /peptalkmode done. Yes, I know I get too preachy about this, I just have a lot of feeeeeeeeelings.

By  Snufkinn  |  15

Props to you for facing your fear and taking your kids swimming. Although if you're scared of what people will think of you and then have the fear validated by someone bigger calling you a 'big girl' then you can either do something about it and lose weight or accept who you are and forget about what other people think. If you go swimming regularly you might find that you do both.

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