When a woman has a baby and her man criticizes her after birth, it’s like “dude, you had a part in this!” Every woman has a different story, different genetics, different hormonal changes afterwards, etc. When a man steps up and appreciates his woman even more for what she went through for all of them, it is refreshing to see.
But when I read comments from women criticizing other women because they didn’t become a blimp, don’t have stretch marks, bounce back quickly, it pisses me off. Jealous much? Simma down now. Lift each other up, don’t cut each other down.
This article was a great piece from a hubby honoring his wifey. The picture is of a slender woman holding her baby on the beach. Gee, maybe it’s a PICTURE OF HIS WIFE. And the slams come: “Nice. Too bad the photo doesn’t match up with the article, making all this a little hard to believe. Otherwise it would be an image of a woman with wider hips, and less care to her hair.” “Really? That’s the photo you choose? Sure, I wouldn’t mind my postpartum body either if I looked like a supermodel afterwards. Way to be considerate and compassionate.” “I agree, great article but why such a perfect (probably airbrushed) photo.”
Thank you for this one: “Newsflash: All women have different body types. Some are genetically predisposed to being thin, some to larger breasts, some to thicker hair, some not. Also, what a woman chooses to do with her own body and hair (in terms of diet, fitness, and styling) is her choice and she is still as much a mother as the next any day. Use your bitterness to better yourself, instead.”
There’s this concept out there that makes people who take care of themselves feel like that is wrong. Here’s what I have to say to those folks: GO FLY A FREAKIN KITE! Instead of being a boohoo Betty, why don’t you change what you eat, treat yourself to an exercise class, meditate. WORK ON YOU INSTEAD OF BASHING OTHER WOMEN.
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