You are beautiful! (I promise)

*Warning: This video may upset some viewers*

This woman weighs 40lb, the weight of my four year old cousin, and she cannot get help from hospitals because she is a “liability”. Please tell me I am not the only one who thinks this is disgraceful. This woman lives in a first world country where the government has no issue with raising their paychecks by a few million, yet they can’t give help to a woman with a severe psychological disorder. This woman will be getting support, but not because the government have seen sense, but because people across the world have donated money to her ( and I hope that in a few years time we will see a much happier and healthier Rachael.

However there are still people out there, heck some may even be reading this, who have this disorder. I think weight is such a taboo subject and I think this may have a part in why so many people have eating disorders. If you are on the larger side you are fat, you must just sit around eating all day, you should be ashamed of your body. If you are on the smaller side then you are anorexic, you must only eat salads, you should be ashamed of your body. This is insane! People are not “one size fits all”, and I think that we should promote being healthyΒ and as long as you’re healthy and happy it shouldn’t matter whether you’re a size XXXS or an XXXL.

And to try and encourage you, my beautiful readers, to talk about your body here are my measurements…

  • Weight: 10.5 stone (147lb)
  • Height: 5ft 3″
  • Waist: 29″
  • Hips: 38″
  • Clothes size: 12
  • Shoe size 5

…Because I LOVE my body and you should love yours too! So if you’re feeling brave feel free to comment with your measurements so we can start spreading the love πŸ™‚

8 thoughts on “You are beautiful! (I promise)

  1. Reblogged this on perfectlyskinny and commented:
    I am so thankful that she is able to get the help that she needs and wants. It’s already difficult enough for some people to admit that they have a problem and need help. Anorexia is a serious condition and it makes me sad that people don’t treat it as one. It’s more than just losing weight. It’s the emotional aspect that comes with the illness. But to end on a positive note, It restores my faith in humanity that we can still reach out and care for people who need it. Stay strong Rachael. I can’t wait to see you when you’re healthy and full of life again! ❀

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  2. This post is amazing! I love how nice you were and gave away your measurements! πŸ™‚
    Just to keep it going, my shoe size is 5 too! πŸ˜› My height is around 5’4, weight is around 8 stone (hehehe I used an online converter), and I haven’t even checked my waist in forever! xD
    But, this post is so amazing! I love this!

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