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Yes it is so is black and white but each human is an indivdual with a story. You dont have to like them but respect does not spread hate .
Everyone in the world is different then any other in the world, but we are all human beings,and need to respect and tolerate everyone. If parents can teach that lesson to their child and each practice that value,I can only imagine the wonderful world we could all share.
Yes its more imortant whats on the inside.good to teach kids to be respectful but she is fat .when i gained weight there is no way i would be out in my bikini!!!!! She should also teach them the danger of obesity and healthy eating. .with respect....diabetes; stroke; heart disease etc. She surely wants to grow old with her kids and future grandkids. Im trying hard to shake off the kilos.
She wasn't denying that she is overweight. She was teaching her daughter respect. Would you like your child to walk up to somebody and public or close relative and call them fat or tell him to have a big nose or there or they think they are ugly. Would you like someone or Someone's Child to do that to you. And I said it was not a matter of denying the being overweight it was a matter of keeping her respect for others and others feelings.
The problem I have with people who are genuinely morbidly obese is the delusional belief they are 'curvy'....Curvy is when you have a waist and boobs and a bum. Curvy isn't when you are in danger of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, stroke etc. Perpetuating the myth that 'fat' is acceptable is accepting being unhealthy is preferable. I don't ever think people should be derided for it, but I do think that the laying down of fat in huge proportions, especially around your middle is also laying down a lifetime of ill health and to think otherwise is sweeping the problem under the carpet.
But she is fat. There's no beating around the bush. I know I am fat. I'm not overly fat but I am still fat. And here's the thing I know I'm fatter than some people but not as fat as others. And I have enough confidence to wear a bikini. Bc I don't have rolls.
How completely ridiculous, of course she is overweight, and she shouldn't fool her daughter into thinking that she isn't fat because if she does and her daughter will become overweight and we all know the health issues that surround that issue. Wake up mama and smell the roses
It's a matter of respect. If you had somebody with mental illness would you like someone to walk up and say he's retarded. Or someone physically disabled would you like them to walk up and call him a gimp . No ! You shouldn't call them anything to begin with. If you do have to speak of it for some reason there are more polite terms to use.
Her weight, her problem and her daughter is disrespectful. Weight is relative...one gains it, one loses it...especially if it becomes an extreme health issue, but til then who cares?
Such judgemental people I didn't know you all were so perfect. I'm sure there are things about your physical self that people could insult or just your rude personalities.