*PLEASE READ/GRAPHIC CONTENT, OBVIOUSLY I DONT CLEAN 🤦🏽♀️* I contemplated a lot on posting this because of the graphic scenery, and because I am putting myself out there, but I have a good following. I don’t receive inappropriate comments, nor messages so I gave in. The picture on the left was early 2016, and I was at a very low point of my life and self esteem. I was called fat by people I loved, so I dropped a lot of weight. I weighed roughly 120, and I started getting comments about being sick or anorexic. I took this picture because I realized I was ‘too skinny’, and saw why people said those things. Now, no I didn’t go from left to right and that’s not the purpose of the post. I gained about 30lbs in between, because well guys life happens! I decided to go back to college, and it was a drastic change in my life having to re-adapt to school again. This year I decided to take control of myself, and it included my body image for myself. It’s been a rough path, I knew nothing! Prior all I knew was cardio, but it’s been a great learning experience overall. Now back to the point of the picture. I see to often how people put themselves down because of what the scale reads, well the scale should not dictate how much you should and should not weigh!! If you feel good, and are comfortable in your own body who cares what that scale reads, you definitely should not! The picture in the left is an unhealthy 120lb unsecured girl who restricted eating, and the right is a healthy, happy, and comfortable 140lb individual who literally eats everything! Yes 20lbs!!! 140lb to me is a huge number it is the heaviest I have ever been, and the most comfortable I have ever been! Now, this is only midpoint I have more goals that I hope to accomplish, and it’s going to be hard I work full time, I am in nursing school, and i have a military obligation, the gym add more to the plate I have, but I love a challenge!