As a child, I never took part in group activities no matter how much I wanted because I was ashamed of my body.
I don’t want anyone else to go through that.
I stopped dance after doing it for 10 years and feeling like it was the one thing that was ‘mine’, just because I couldn’t take the mirrored rooms and bitchy girls any longer…it’s easily the biggest regret of my life.
i gave up athletics because i couldn’t run as fast & i was fatter than all the other girls. I felt like every time i did something, people were watching my jiggle.
I quit theater because since I was a big girl, I was only given roles as the stereotypical matriarch, and they had almost NO costumes that fit me. I loved theater and I really wish I would have stuck it out.
singing and being in shows. i will never get on a stage again until i hit my goal weight.
^^^ i posted this over a year ago. But i did it anyway without hitting my goal weight. that makes me proud of myself that i gained the confidence to pursue something i love so much again after staying away from it for so long.
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Could try to sell you out or I
Could show you all the reasons why
My ARTPOP could mean anything
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When I was small, I had a desk. It was weird because I wrote on it, “when I grow up, I want to be a singer.” I like, scribed it in, and it’s still on the desk!
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