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I have always had issues with my weight going way back to primary school. I still remember being pushed over in the playground for being 'fat' or being teased because i wore a bra before anyone else (?)


Things didn't get much better in high school where I was branded as 'fat' again. I used to get teased by the boys more than the girls, cheap jokes about me being 'huge' or ' I wonder if that chair could take her weight' etc. I remember wearing a skirt one day and two girls walked past me saying 'she shouldn't be wearing a skirt with her legs being THAT fat' I never wore a skirt again.


One of my worst memories must be when we all had to do a food diary for biology and the teacher deliberately chose to make an example out of me. It was humiliating! which ended up with most of the class laughing at me behind my back all lesson. NOT GOOD. Fortunately I had some good girl friends who would stick up for me and make me feel better and I am quite strong willed so iIdid try to ignore it.


My lowest point had to be when I was in a Friends form room and a boy decided that i shouldn't be there. So he pretended to drag the chair i was sat on but he couldn't because i was 'too fat'. I was sat in the middle of the room being taunted and teased, with eventually it turning nasty with his friends joining in and throwing bottles at me. I ended up running out the room in tears.

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