{Motivation Monday} Do Fat Girls Make People Uncomfortable?

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This is such an interesting saying but honestly I think it might be true.  As a plus size bride, I can remember trying on dresses in front of straight size brides and feeling them look at me and knowing what they were thinking.  And knowing that they were uncomfortable around me but I wasn’t. I was there to pick out a dress that I would look amazing in and I did.  Regardless of what people think or say, you know you look good and that’s all that matters!!

 

What do you think, Do Fat Girls Make People Uncomfortable?

 

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Shafonne Myers is a certified wedding and event planner who longed for bridal inspiration that looked like her. She has created a website and magazine that brings bridal inspiration to plus size brides. She does speaking engagements educating the world about plus size brides and self confidence.
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About Shafonne Myers {Editor-in-Chief}

Shafonne Myers is a certified wedding and event planner who longed for bridal inspiration that looked like her. She has created a website and magazine that brings bridal inspiration to plus size brides. She does speaking engagements educating the world about plus size brides and self confidence.

4 thoughts on “{Motivation Monday} Do Fat Girls Make People Uncomfortable?

  1. Being Plus size is the new skinny. I love myself n I dress myself with confidence before I put on my clothes. BIG GURLS RULE AND ROCK HUNNTIES ……….GET A LIFE (for the ppl who dont like Plus size) WE ARE HERE TO STAY.

  2. You know what people are thinking? With that kind of psychic ability, could you give us a few winning lotto numbers?

    Assumption almost always leads to negativity. Folks could be thinking–“dang, I want that lace on my dress, why didn’t the salesperson show me that?” Or perhaps, “oh! I wish I had her booty!” We do ourselves a great disservice when we assume that 1-people could give a hoot about how we look (people are mostly self-absorbed and therefore too preoccupied to worry about anyone else); and 2-that if they do, it’s negative.

    I really, really, really wish my fellow curvy girls would stop it with this kind of assumption and self-talk. If you’re going to go to fictional lands of make believe where you can psychically intuit what people are thinking, why make it negative? Why assume painful things? If you’re going to create narratives, make them fabulous. Life’s too short for manufactured hurt.

  3. Love your postings,to empower us curvy ladies,as we should be in our own right. Smart Sexy Strong no matter our size or weight,we represent everything a woman is,and we are all stunning,gorgeous athletic fun courageous a d Stunningly Beautiful!,I am extremely interested in your site and everything you represent . Would love to be a part of this.

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