Do you ever look at your old photos reflecting how thin you were, but ironically back then you used to always think the exact opposite. That you would look better if you just knocked off that extra flab invisible to others and visible only to your self-judging eyes?
The truth is – there’s never a perfect size.
People are rarely happy with their body weight. Even if they are thin. Take it from me. I don’t like to talk about my body image issues with anyone nowadays because people usually become condescending and say things like:
“Why do u need to exercise??? what about me then????”
“I want to smack thin people who say they have to lose weight.”
There is rarely a “Everyone should exercise – thin or fat.”
But that’s the problem right there – we always look at ourselves with a judging magnifying glass irrespective of our body size. On top of that, we also end up judging others if their body weight goals are different from ours.
We don’t see what others see even if they say we are fine the way we are.
We look at the mirror and see a lot of flaws. This is why thin people exercise more and get thinner – and they still think they need to lose weight.
I’m saying this to all those who wish to lose weight – it’s not always the answer.
Show empathy, no matter the body size. The mind is ever judging. Never add to the mess.