Scary thing about dating

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As much as it's a cliché, I believe that my confidence is truly the thing that drives my sexiness.

I happen to love the way my stomach looks in a two-piece bathing suit and how strong my legs are, but that doesn't mean it doesn't take constant work to mentally accept my body (as I'm sure is the case with women of any size, unfortunately). When I recount my dating history, I realize that all kinds of people are attracted to my confidence, as well as my refusal to be negative about body size.

More specifically what are the 5 scary facts of being in a relationship with a Narcissist? After all four of the above scary facts are recognized and obviously taking a big chunk out of your everyday happiness, you will want to do something about it.

In the video above, I project the aforementioned photos on New York City buildings in major intersections and talk to the people on the street about what they think.

It's not a stretch to say that I've endured my fair share of fat-shaming throughout my life, so I was prepared for laughter, pointing, and gasps. But the support and admiration observers expressed (even before they realized the woman in the pictures was me) was overwhelming.

However, combatting societal body negativity takes more than just individual self-love.

Studies suggest that seeing body diversity more often can actually make people more likely to consider larger bodies more aspirational and attractive.

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