I am moderately overweight. Its related to a metabolic endocrine disorder prompting me to watch what I eat and how much I move. There are certain public places where I cant help but feeling judged the instant I walk through the door. The vibe, whether imagined or real is so strong, it challenges me on my even most confident days. I try to avoid such places altogether. Unfortunately, I work in busy business district where all snooty business people have lunch. Some are as thin as a rail from exercise, anorexia, liposuction or god knows what. The lunch hour is usually a drag. I dread go to the food plaza next door, just to get stared at. They always will find something to stare at; my outfit, my hair, my big boobs or butt resisting to deflate even when Im relatively thin. Oh well, I guess cant please everybody, so stare away. I will just stare back, I guess.
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