Date A Girl Who’s Lost Weight

Date a girl who’s lost weight. Date her because she loves her body more than you ever will. Date her because she has confidence that only comes from achieving a goal. Date her because she controls her body.

Date a girl who’s lost weight because she’s beautiful. She knows she’s beautiful. She will look at her naked body and love every inch of it. She will see the fat that is still on her thighs, the swell that still is her stomach, and she sees beauty now. Date a girl who dropped 30 pounds all by herself, over the course of months and months. Date her because she knows that good things take time, and anything that happens overnight won’t stick around for long.

Date a girl who’s lost weight because she knows how to make fun of herself. She’s learned this from years and years of being “the fat girl.” Date her because self-deprecation is so endearing. Date her because she has no shame. She doesn’t care about being embarrassed, because she’s experienced it all before, and worse. She will look silly with you, she will be dumb with you, she will be unabashedly her.

Date a girl who’s lost weight because she knows food. She knows it inside and out, the way you know a favorite book. She will tell you the best restaurants, recipes, and cooking shows. Date a girl who’s lost weight because food is her passion. To a girl who’s lost weight, food is currency, food is language. Date a girl who’s lost weight because she knows how to eat.

Date a girl who’s lost weight because she knows better. She knows all the flaws about herself, and why they’re beautiful. She knows that words hurt more than punches, so she will use them carefully. She knows better about so many things. She knows how to make mistakes, and she knows how to learn from them. She knows that sometimes fucking something up is the best part of life. Date a girl who’s lost weight because she can appreciate a guilty pleasure better than anyone else.

Date a girl who’s lost weight because knows how to grow, or rather how to shrink and not disappear. She knows how to change. TC mark

featured image – Helga Weber

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