Starving Pleasures


Starving Pleasures shame stories
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~ S H A M E ~ Don't body shame others, please and thanks.

Starving Pleasures

I feel it

I feel the emptiness inside

My last meal echoes in my body

Reminding me of my guilty pleasure

The clock catches my eye

Telling me it’s been 7 hours since I last ate my share

I hate it

But I love it

I hate the way I do this to myself

Yet....

I love the thought of not shying away when eyes scan my body

They shame my body

I shame it too

But you know what?

I’m NOT ashamed of wishing my body was slimmer

And I’m NOT ashamed of starving myself senseless to get there

Everyday

I’ll do it everyday until I get there

And I will relish each time my stomach pleads for more nourishment

Because I know that each day I endure these starving pains

I am one step closer to being done shaming the body I live in.

~~ Hey y'alllll Quick statistic note: 94% of teenage girls and 65% of teenage boys have been body shamed.

~~ While 50% of teenage girls and 30% of teenage boys use unhealthy weight control behaviors

~~ Just a thought: I know none of you lovely Commaful users don't do this, but despite what others say, I don't care if you shame your own body (because hey, I do it too) just don't do it to others.

~~ There's a huuuuuuuuge difference between telling yourself you're physically negative looking and having someone else tell you that.

Correct me if I'm wrong but When people say things like that, it just makes you feel ugly, disgusting, and hateful towards yourself. Meanwhile, when you tell yourself that, although it may be a kind of mental self harm, you aren't under the pressure of knowing that someone actually thinks that of you.

~~ I dunno. I'm just ranting at this point.

~~ If anyone asks, You didn't hear this lecture from me. Love—don't hate. Peace.

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