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By Anonymous / Tuesday 26 February 2019 18:00 /
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By  abfab5300  |  10

Sounds like a brutally honest mom, not someone to seek confirmation with about things you yourself acknowledge to not be perfect. If your weight makes you feel insecure and if you see room for improvement as well, then do something about it. Insecurity is curable. If you don’t want to make the effort, let her judge all she wants, it’s your life and no one’s perfect. Not even your mom I’m sure :)

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By  abfab5300  |  10

Sounds like a brutally honest mom, not someone to seek confirmation with about things you yourself acknowledge to not be perfect. If your weight makes you feel insecure and if you see room for improvement as well, then do something about it. Insecurity is curable. If you don’t want to make the effort, let her judge all she wants, it’s your life and no one’s perfect. Not even your mom I’m sure :)

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My mom is like this too. Except she was yelling me I was fat when I in fact had an eating disorder and was 30 pounds underweight. I’ve since learned to ignore her. And eat in defiance (which probably isn’t the best, but hey, food).

By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  14

Your mother really wants that mom of the year trophy doesn’t she? This isn’t how a parent is supposed to be supportive.

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