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@bikerchris 33422 wrote:

The body thing is a tough cookie, I agree that everyone is obsessed with how they look and their perceived defects, even slim folks.

In some ways, I feel parts of me are worse now than when I was fat. The skin on my belly, thighs and upper arms actually hangs off me and as for my boobs, very grim. However I’d rather be healthy with loose skin than obese like I was. There is no chance of me getting surgery for it as I spent all my savings on wls. So I see these issues as battle scars. I don’t like it but I have to put up with it.

Chris x

I think that it is the looks and comments that stop me and many others go swimming or sometimes just going out as they can be so very hurtful and rude. I personally think that how a person behaves and how kind and caring they are, are far more important than looks but that comes from someone ugly. I read the comments you write along with Doodah and the rest and I believe you are all lovely battle scars or not

Lelly x

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