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Corrissa can make a fattie look skinny by her side - she's huge my god !!! 20200215_113159.png

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She also posted an short video of Jay "playing" with a child (I imagine is her niece) and it's truly pitiful
 

FitBitch

A housewife!
Corrissa can make a fattie look skinny by her side - she's huge my god !!!View attachment 1145970

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She also posted an short video of Jay "playing" with a child (I imagine is her niece) and it's truly pitiful
The absolute size of this unit is like an optical illusion. I almost argued with you about the girl in yellow not being that fat and then my eyes wandered over her thick arms and she's not huge, but I want to guess size 14?

Corissa is so dense she warps the size of things around her like a black hole, Jesus.
 
I swear Livid is on a mission to take the most unflattering pictures of herself and put them on the internet. Those poor kids will be bullied to hell one day.
The beard says PCOS.

Aside from Livid's Internet presence, imagine her showing up in her fatkini for a school field trip to Six Flags, or even just volunteering in the classroom in a tank top and shorts with her hairy armpits, legs, and chin on display when it's 20 degrees outside.

She seems like the type who wants to humiliate her kids, which is a very common trait among narcissists.
 
The absolute size of this unit is like an optical illusion. I almost argued with you about the girl in yellow not being that fat and then my eyes wandered over her thick arms and she's not huge, but I want to guess size 14?

Corissa is so dense she warps the size of things around her like a black hole, Jesus.

Yeah, the girl in yellow is probably about 200 pounds. Corissa has gotta be 400 these days, no?

I want a pic of J next to a 200 pounder.
 

HamFan

Hi, guize! OK, so
The absolute size of this unit is like an optical illusion. I almost argued with you about the girl in yellow not being that fat and then my eyes wandered over her thick arms and she's not huge, but I want to guess size 14?

Corissa is so dense she warps the size of things around her like a black hole, Jesus.
What about the lady in the middle? Check out her flesh beard. They're all fat. Imagine a petite size 4/6 lady in there. Even a high-end-of-normal 10/12 lady (like Corissa used to be) would like a barbie next to Corissa.
 
Corissa is like Anna ... they're both way taller than the average woman as well as very, very obese, so they end up looking Shrek-ish in photos with other woman most of the time. Corissa has a giant head as well too. Round, like a football. Quite odd.

Photos like that do remind me that it's really easy to start normalizing morbid obesity when there's little contrast around. You know they're huge but it really does take a compare n' contrast exercise like that family(?) photo to really emphasize how out of the ordinary they really are in terms of their size.
 

AbraCadaver

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It must be exhausting to have to constantly reassure yourself, 24/7, that you like yourself and you’re attractive and you don’t hate what you have become and your medical problems are not related to anything, by posting about it and curating cute photos about it and doing daily mantras about it and carrying affirming and informative cards to hand to doctors and co-workers about it and wearing reminder bracelets about it and slogan t-shirts about it and berating others for not repeating it back to you.

Seems like fixing your shit and gaining actual self-esteem would be far less work.
 

thejackal

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Corrissa can make a fattie look skinny by her side - she's huge my god !!!View attachment 1145970

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8jw-IMgXsW/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

She also posted an short video of Jay "playing" with a child (I imagine is her niece) and it's truly pitiful

More of her crippling anxiety on display eating in public, amirite? She might as well move into that Fox and Pearl restaurant, it's a greasy Americana place dressed up in the "Farm to Table" pretension. No doubt Carissa brings the farm to her table every time.
 
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Corrissa can make a fattie look skinny by her side - she's huge my god !!!View attachment 1145970

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8jw-IMgXsW/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

She also posted an short video of Jay "playing" with a child (I imagine is her niece) and it's truly pitiful
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The absolute size of this unit is like an optical illusion. I almost argued with you about the girl in yellow not being that fat and then my eyes wandered over her thick arms and she's not huge, but I want to guess size 14?

Corissa is so dense she warps the size of things around her like a black hole, Jesus.
I'd like to see her next to a full size fridge.
 
One of the shocking things about Jay is how she's forced to sit like a fat baby, with her legs splayed out at angles in any scenario, because her giant hanging gut prevents her placing her legs together like a normal human. Lipids is like this too if you look at her sitting photos. She's basically the same shape as a Humpty Dumpty and I refuse to believe some very small and vocal child has not yet seen the similarity and announced it in a loud, piping voice in some public environment.
 

Ann Berlin

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Anna looks really .. manly? in that photo with the new hairstyle. I think part of it is the eyebrow situation and the other half is that style kind of emphasizes her jaw and her odd face shape. If I didn't know better I'd say she was a MTF troon.
What is her jaw and face shape even, under all the fat? There are some shots where it looks normal and oval shaped, some shots where she looks like she has a weak chin, most shots she just looks vaguely mannish.
 
I came across this article. I thought I would share it with all you fine farmers.
It's called: Why Veggies won't save health care in real life. As always, here are the highlights.

Let’s take a moment to talk about real life. Real life is code for everything that influences our best intentions.

Real life can be a small thing, like all the math homework that is beyond the parent’s comprehension such that we turn to Google and YouTube instructional math videos for two hours almost every school night.

Or, real life can be a giant thing like discrimination. :story:

It might sound like, “We ran out of food! I thought you were getting the groceries, babe!” but also “We ran out of food! I ran out of money so we can’t afford groceries, sweetie.”

Someone could be following the perfect diet according to our dominant wellness culture’s standards. But, all those antioxidants from fruits and veggies cannot stand up to the effects of systemic oppression, generational trauma, and, yes, even something as small as the chronic stress from nightly homework struggles.

Asking a person to “just eat more vegetables” is like handing them a teaspoon to dig the foundation of their home. In some cases, the pressure to incorporate the darlings of diet culture into meals may only add to their distress and suffering.

Before I continue, I will disclose that I’m a white, thin, non-disabled, cisgender, heterosexual, mother to four non-disabled and neurotypical children. :story:

I’m a college-educated health professional, multiple-car owner, homeowner, and insured in all possible ways. I have access to and regularly receive healthcare and mental health counseling. I enjoy regular contact with a circle of trusted, loving friends and family. I have full citizenship as did generations of family members before me.
(A person with a savior complex, that needs to help all the poor "fats." Because the "fats" can't help themselves.)

If you identify with my privilege and position, please consider the following:
First, check in with yourself right at this moment. Is this conversation about your privilege making you feel uneasy? If so, I get that. I’ve been there and I find myself there regularly. Those feelings are valid. However, I invite you to exchange your discomfort, confusion, and even anger for someone else’s freedom and access to quality equitable, compassionate care. Second, stop trying to run the show. You are relieved of your duties as an expert savior. Ask questions, pass the mic, and pipe down to listen when others who are not in your place of privilege talk. I myself have found these two steps helpful through many failed attempts as a nutrition professional when I entered into encounters with my privileged agenda in mind and my perfect food lists in hand. At best, it was ridiculous; at worst, it was disrespectful and possibly harmful.

Here’s the truth:
The current weight-centric medical model (with the practitioner as the sole voice of expertise) is so powerful that people will erase their own stories in an attempt to comply. My biggest responsibility now as a health professional is about getting people to tell their stories. It’s creating the space for people so they feel safe and attended to in a way that compels them to want to tell their stories. It’s helping people to take their own story seriously. To validate their own experiences, emotions, doubts, confusion, distress – that’s the work.

It’s asking the important questions.
What matters most to you today? What is the problem as you see it? What is working for you? What is not working for you? Where are you getting your information? This is the way to partner with someone for real health and healing, where we reflect back all the ways real life is hitting them in the face day after day. We get to say, “I see you. I hear you. I believe you.” And, maybe, if we’re lucky, “Here are the resources I have to help you.” Because people may not remember what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.

If there’s only one takeaway that you’ll get from this, please let it be this –
Find out what your privilege is, and how it might be creating a blind spot in your grand vision. Something that might be limiting you from deepening your relationship to others in your life and work.


Link to article: https://wellseek.co/2019/10/07/why-veggies-wont-save-health-care-in-real-life/?utm_sq=gbhbgpdg59
 
Oh, that reads like middle-class competitive valour-seeking woke olympiad combined with an ad for her services which only people in her wealth bracket can afford anyway. My life is great, but here I am, to write articles about caring for the other, little people with fashionable traumas. My words are written to resonate with people exactly like me, with the same guilt-ridden politics as myself. Then, the advert:

"Liz Brinkman Rd is a private practice dietitian who runs a Phoenix-based nutrition practice, through which she sees clients both locally and virtually. Specializing in Intuitive Eating and eating disorder recovery, Liz’s mission is to empower women to find healing and hope as they navigate the chaos of diet culture, and reconnect with the answers they already have within. When she’s not working, you can find Liz at her dining room table surrounded by family, neighbors and friends. Whether playing Uno, helping with homework, or sharing a meal, her hope is that people push back from the table feeling more restored, anchored, and accepted than when they sat down. Learn more and connect with Liz at Liz Brinkman Nutrition.
 

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