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While logged in, click on "My Blog Posts" in the upper left to view all of your blog posts. Find the blog post with the unwanted comment and click on the title to view the entire blog post and scroll down to the bottom to see the comments. Click "Delete" on the unwanted post to remove it permanently.

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JESUS LOVES ME <3

Love someone who is proud of you.

by applesepe, Apr/09/2018
.... Someone who is not afraid to call you his/her everything in front of a huge crowd. Someone who proudly owns you even if you gain so much weight.
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DECEMBER FUN :)
By crea8j, Apr/15/2018

I have no bad feelings for those that are a little heavy but! there is a limit.


Just me...
By Gohan, May/05/2018

I don't think it's fair when someone you're with "lets themselves go" after marriage. I kind of feel it to be disrespectful to your spouse to do that. Not only that, but to your marriage and to yourself. This mindset that "well, I got him/her now, so I don't have to try anymore" is not a good mindset. I would never neglect my appearance/weight after getting married.

My spouse would have fallen in love with me being a certain way and I know she enjoyed how I looked then, so out of love, I would do everything I could to maintain that for her as opposed to getting fat and making myself both unhealthy (and therefore living a shorter, less healthy life which means less time with the one I love) and potentially unattractive to my spouse.

So, to me, love is maintaining your health and your appearance for your spouse. Going from being slim or in shape to being fat and out of shape is not my idea of love. That's just me, though. :)



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