“I feel like you should want to get healthy for yourself, not because other people are judging you. I would tell the people that are insecure about their weight, to stop surrounding themselves with negative people.”
If you are nice, but you’re always bringing up how fat you are, that is not someone I would want to associate myself with.
If you’re a skinny mean girl, that is a regular thing in school. But her body type wouldn’t determine whether we are friends. Only the character and personality of a person would determine if we associate or not.
Confidence is a major mindset to me. No matter what your body type is, whether you can change it or not. If you’re confident in who you are, none of that makes a difference to me. If you are a friendly overweight person, then you can be just as popular as the next person, unless they are insecure.
There are people on social media that don’t care about other people’s feelings. I have seen more bullying on social media, than in real life.
People have gained the courage to inform adults of bullying instead of letting it slide. I have not had an experience that had to do with my body image personally, but I have friends that I notice wear their clothes differently and get made fun of.
I feel like you should want to get healthy for yourself, not because other people are judging you. I would tell the people that are insecure about their weight, to stop surrounding themselves with negative people.
Join a group or a club that can help in uplifting you and not dragging you down. I seriously ask bullies to think of how they would feel if the roles were reversed and they were the target of bully attacks.
I would tell people, especially my age group, that bullying is never okay, no matter the circumstances. If you have an issue with someone because of how they look, that’s on you, not them.