Dating minsk fat

05-Jun-2016 22:46

I can get so hung up on a clothing size that I’ll buy a less flattering but lower number to make myself feel better.

I’ve even shied away from attending events when I felt I was simply “too fat” to fit into any of my clothes.

If I could wave a magic wand and make him drop 100 pounds, I would, not because I want him to conform to those standards, but because I think it would make basic bodily functions like walking easier on him.

But since the only magic wand I have at my disposal is my vibrator, all I can do is appreciate him for who he is, inside and out, and try to do the same for myself.

thought I’d dealt with most of my body image issues before I started dating my current boyfriend. My boyfriend weighs over 300 pounds, and one of the things I appreciated right away is that he didn’t hesitate to call himself “fat.” Why would he? That alone was startling to me, having dated my share of men and women who were far from accepting of their bodies.

But during the three years we’ve been together, he’s taught me a lot about size, fatness and self-care. I’d like to say I’ve always shared this level of both candor and comfort with my curves, but that’s not true.

I’ll be the first to admit that I am vain; when I can’t fit into a beloved outfit I was planning to wear because of my weight, I get upset.

Dating my boyfriend hasn’t magically made me okay with my weight’s fluctuations, but what his presence has done it make me feel beautiful in his eyes no matter what, and look at why I might be gaining weight. When I get bad news, I want to soothe myself with salt.

I am stuck in the US -- for now, anyway; I am still trying to get our President to take me off the no fly list -- so I make the most of it by using Elenas Models (EM) to find a prospective wife.We don’t eat an organic, vegan, totally clean diet, but, contrary to the stereotypes about fat people, he isn’t gorging himself on junk food 24/7.In fact, he’s the one who looks at labels more closely than I do.Just as he doesn’t get on my case when I stray from my overall healthy eating, I don’t try to tell him what to put in his mouth.I do, however, try to get him to expand his meat and potatoes palate, and because he loves to cook, he’s open to it.

I am stuck in the US -- for now, anyway; I am still trying to get our President to take me off the no fly list -- so I make the most of it by using Elenas Models (EM) to find a prospective wife.We don’t eat an organic, vegan, totally clean diet, but, contrary to the stereotypes about fat people, he isn’t gorging himself on junk food 24/7.In fact, he’s the one who looks at labels more closely than I do.Just as he doesn’t get on my case when I stray from my overall healthy eating, I don’t try to tell him what to put in his mouth.I do, however, try to get him to expand his meat and potatoes palate, and because he loves to cook, he’s open to it.(Most recently, this was a yes on falafel loaf, a no on garlicky bok choy.) If I felt like he didn’t care about his health, that would be a red flag.