Jim’s response? Right here.
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I have battled with my weight for six years; self-hate and self-mutilation I have endured. I have recently come to the realization that happiness is not what the scale reads; happiness is the outlook on life. I have finally pieced together the puzzle of self-respect, love, and happiness. I look back on the last six years of my life and feel an inch of regret for not loving myself. I believe you can have happiness at any weight and, my mother, best friend, and my ex-boyfriend have each given me a lesson to true happiness.
My mother has been a big supporter, throughout the past six years. I believed true happiness was to be thin; I began to lose a horrific amount of weight. My mother hassled me for my weight. I resented her immensely. I thought she was wrong and I kept losing weight. She never gave up on me even when I would fight her constantly. I was happy for once, and I would do anything to hold on to that piece of happiness. One day my mother sat me down and told me that she loved me and began to cry. She told me she was scared for my health and did not want to lose me, I realized that losing weight did not help problems, it generated more.
My best friend has been my rock, especially through the times I could not talk to my mother. Once my mother and I began fighting more and more, my friend would always calm me down and allow me to vent. I felt as if I had no one else to run to but she would help keep my mind off of my weight. She helped me through the rough times; helped me realize that I am beautiful no matter what weight, I started believing being thin does not go hand in hand with happiness.
I believe that I achieved true happiness in spite of my ex-boyfriend. I lost much of my weight to be with this one boy, once I had him my weight loss slowed down. My weight loss accelerated again once he left, my family was very worried but I did not think much of it. I felt if I lost more weight he would want me back, and I would be happy again, but that belief came to a screeching halt. I eventually came to the realization that I was harming myself for someone who no longer cared for me. From then on, I vowed I would never harm myself for a person that treated me less than civil.
Many people, events and circumstances have shaped my life but these three people have shaped it the most. My mother, my best friend and my ex-boyfriend have all given me a piece of happiness in different ways. My mother for her support, my best friend for her thoughtfulness and my ex-boyfriend for giving me motivation. Happiness can be achieved at any weight, this I believe.
It looks like the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch fell into a pool of botulism. You want to hate on fat people and the “uncool” kids when your face looks like a prized possession of Leather face, come on bro.