With the holidays coming up, it's inevitable that we are most likely going to gain weight. However, the upside to that is that it's more forgiven now than it would be at any other time of year. It really doesn't matter if you're in a relationship or single, no one likes not fitting into clothes so comfortably anymore, the extra pouch on top of your jeans, etc. Do I really need to depress all of us even more and keep going?
This affects both sides though. If you are
in a relationship, do you feel secure in gaining those few pounds? Do you feel pressure to stay thin for your significant other?
And on the flip side of this, if you're single, do you feel like it would/will be harder for you to find someone? Do you feel more insecure when you go out?
The truth of the matter is that we should all love the skin we're in. I know that it's easier said than done. If you're in a relationship - whether it's new or old - that person should love you for YOU and if that's not the case you shouldn't be together in the first place. That goes for all the singles out there too, except you all should love yourselves for who you are and that way you will bring love in.
I've always heard that when you're insecure or looking too hard for love, it's written all over your face- and I believe it. We should all be able to be ourselves in and out of closed doors. There's nothing wrong in indulging as long as you don't overdo it. Have a cup of eggnog, enjoy that candy cane martini - and the candy cane that went along with it. Just know your limits and when to stop. Too much of anything can't be good. What do you guys think? Agree/Disagree?