Dating a former fatty

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It may make you nervous but is this not one of the reasons why you made that decision?I see a lot of women at my gym with some extra fat and I applaud every one of them for showing up.Frankly, muscular guys have just as big image issues as you do, and are really aren't that "tough" or anything of the sort.Also, plug for /r/they are attracted to you it won't be an issue.i have been with women on the heavy side, it wasn't a real issue because I enjoyed spending time with them and that carried more weight. As a former Fat Guy, you should really work on getting through that whole "Feeling unworthy" way of thinking. As a fit guy, knowing the hard work it takes to get fit, seeing that you're trying to improve yourself and your body is a hugee plus :) Fitness isn't a destination its a journey so seeing that you're on a healthy path of self improvement is awesome.It doesn't matter if you don't have the perfect body now, it just matters that you're working towards a goal.

I can imagine you standing at the door applauding them as they enter the gym and clap in time as they wobble their bottoms on the running machines. One of the most difficult things for a fat dude to hear, especially when dating, is that they have a great personality but no other redeeming physical characteristics. Plenty of fat dudes do yoga and aerobics and jog a mile (I do it by running from zombies! And the first thing people say when we express our frustration with our weight? I don't want to go through exactly what my shopping experience is like, but if you've ever seen that episode of where Ross tries to get back into a pair of leather pants, it's just like that. Lots of stuff contributes to being fat other than a thyroid disorder. I am not allergic to leafy vegetables packed with fiber. " As opposed to now when I look like an actual monster that crawled out from under someone's bed? In fact, so many dudes care about how they look that eating disorders and body dysmorphia are on the rise. I'm not saying that men are as violently shamed for not fitting a certain ideal as women are, but there's definitely pressure for us to look like the dudes on TV and also Channing Tatum. I appreciate that, especially if it's just a nice compliment that doesn't come with a "but" after. Being a fat dude doesn't mean you're not an active dude. And we often don't get that chance because the awesome rainbow cardigan at H&M is a European extra-large, which is like an American extra-small. "Maybe you have thyroid problems." Could be, but those are rare and I've had my thyroid checked. If I'm all "let's go running," you should absolutely come if you want to.For instance, as a Jew, I wouldn't be inclined to continue chilling with someone who said, "I like you even though you're Jewish," unless we were living in Nazi Germany and them liking me despite that fact could actually save my life.

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