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So you are feeling too fat to be photographed......

Saturday, December 07, 2013

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A SP article has a link to this . All I can see when I see a photo of myself emoticon is --well--my fat. But this article was very enlightening!

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HIKING-4-ME 12/8/2013 8:07AM

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ARTJAC 12/8/2013 12:09AM

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DJ4HEALTH 12/7/2013 11:19PM

    I was the same way and now I wish I had more pictures of me and my husband that passed this year.

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2HAMSDIET 12/7/2013 3:24PM

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BAREFITNESS 12/7/2013 2:04PM

    Pictures are like memories~I try not to focus on "how fat I feel" and more about who I am with and what we are doing. I would say I'm quite the "ham" when it comes to the camera.

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ELIZACG9 12/7/2013 1:40PM

    nice information.....life is happening right now.. emoticon

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WINDSWEPTACRES 12/7/2013 1:12PM

    From the age of 12, I nearly always wound up being the person behind the camera, for many reasons, not one of which involved being camera-shy..Since I mostly lived alone as an adult, there was nobody to take pictures of me except rarely at family events, and those pictures belonged to whoever took them. Then when my mother decided to purge the family photo albums, I lost most of the pictures of me growing up. I even had a street artist do a sketch of me when I was in my 30's, just to prove that I existed. (Sorry, but it's been on my mind a lot lately that nobody in my life ever thought I was worth celebrating. I know, TMI.)

With digital photo-sharing being so easy now, please give people the opportunity to have copies of family photos, preferably labeled (names, date, occasion). Someday, someone may cherish that picture of Great-Aunt Edna giving Tiffany her first knitting lesson or Cousin Jim with his hand-me-down car.



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SUSANELAINE1956 12/7/2013 12:22PM

    Good read, and something I needed to think about. emoticon

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NHES220 12/7/2013 12:18PM

    Great article! Really makes you think, doesn't it!

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MONICASHAFFER40 12/7/2013 11:24AM

    Ouch...I have made my fiance delete every photo he has taken of me. I also have no photos of me with my boys since my oldest son's wedding. Enough of that!!!! Thanks for the article! emoticon

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NEWTEXDEBBIE 12/7/2013 11:20AM

    Wow Chris, THAT hit home!
HUGS

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JANET552 12/7/2013 10:01AM

    Great article! Thanks for sharing!!

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ROCKLAND2010 12/7/2013 8:22AM

    Many of us feel the same way about photos but the article makes a good point.

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SQUIRRELMOMMA1 12/7/2013 8:18AM

    I haven't had my photo taken in years for the same reasons this article states. Then 2 years ago my boss told me that I had to have a company photo taken OR ELSE. I did. And I didn't look that bad. I've had a new one taken since and I'm glad. It is nice to see how I've changed.

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SANDRALEET 12/7/2013 8:07AM

    Our weight can bec emoticon ome an obsession to

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SANDYCRANE 12/7/2013 8:03AM

    I thought it was a great article. I am going to start taking more pictures of my loved ones.

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THINFITFEMINIST 12/7/2013 7:58AM

    Great article. Thanks

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REGILIEH 12/7/2013 7:53AM

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