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Kelly Clarkson Says She Has 'No Desire to Be Super-Skinny': Have You Ever Felt the Need to Be Stick Thin?

The Big Question 2012/06/07 00:50:58
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  • KittyC 2012/06/07 15:03:09
    Yes
    KittyC
    +1
    Hell yes!
    It was the most horrifying time of my life.
    To look in the mirror and see a whale of a girl when in reality I didn't weigh enough to stay grounded during a light breeze.
    I had full blown bulimia and I popped diet pills like they tic-tacs on top of that.
    Stupid stupid stupid girl!
    Thankfully, I got help.

    I say 'Way to go, Kelly!'
    She looks perfectly fine, if you ask me. :)
  • The heartless 2012/06/07 14:59:30
    No
    The heartless
    I am not happy with the way i look..i see other women and i wish i could look like them. I have had quite a few 'fat days...but i can't diet because i do eat and i get crabby if i don't.
    I think women who are very thin must have a lot of will power to not consume any food and that's something i don't think i couldn't do even if i wanted to.
  • Snow 2012/06/07 14:55:58
    No
    Snow
    +1
    Slim and attractive, maybe, but not stick thin.
  • Captain Pikachu ~ CEO of HTFO 2012/06/07 14:46:25
    No
    Captain Pikachu ~ CEO of HTFO
    Quite the opposite
  • Ben 2012/06/07 14:43:46 (edited)
    No
    Ben
    +3
    People choosing between skinny and fat is like choosing which illness they would rather have. Hey ladies, there is an alternative: healthy
  • KittyC Ben 2012/06/07 15:04:36
    KittyC
    +1
    Took the words right out of my mouth.
    Dude, I could kiss you! :)
  • ~Doll P... Ben 2012/06/07 19:23:08
    ~Doll Princess~
    +2
    Urmmmm..There's more to sizes than skinny, muscular and fat.
  • ☂cinderella.dress.in.yellow☂ 2012/06/07 14:28:32
    Yes
    ☂cinderella.dress.in.yellow☂
    that is so confident of her to not be pressured to be thin i sadly wanted to be thin
    because i was sick being called full figured i was a size fourteen so i work very
    hard to loose weight at lease a size eight im down to a size ten now im sorry
    that it looks like braging but i wasnet trying to but wish had what confidence to
    not want to be thin
  • Teresa ☂cinder... 2012/06/07 16:57:18
    Teresa
    If you are losing weight the right way (working out & eating healthy-not diet a life change!) then you should brag! Congratulations on your progress!! I was a size 14 as well a few years ago but I changed the way I ate and started working out regularly- I am now a size 4. Confidence, however, comes from within and you should see yourself a beautiful no matter what size you wear. Because you are!
  • shadow76 2012/06/07 14:25:16 (edited)
    No
    shadow76
    I was naturaly thin, then one day that changed now I am bigger than I'd like to be. Stick thin just doesn't look good.
  • Theresa 2012/06/07 14:24:53
    No
    Theresa
    I just need to be healthy for my weight.
  • stevegtexas@aol.com 2012/06/07 14:23:13
  • MJ 2012/06/07 14:21:58
    Yes
    MJ
    +1
    Late teen years I went through the anorexia phase!
  • AM 2012/06/07 14:19:39
  • Will Advocate of PHAET 2012/06/07 14:19:19
    No
    Will Advocate of  PHAET
    +2
    I am comfortable within myself.
  • wpsark 2012/06/07 14:11:52
    No
    wpsark
    +2
    my grandmother is almost 90 and has a had a thick figure her entire life, she's still healthy as a horse...I think that skinny is gross looking anyway..

    skinny
  • whateverbabynevermind 2012/06/07 14:07:59
    No
    whateverbabynevermind
    +2
    Healthy, skinny, lean-muscled is also a lot more attractive. I'm not a fan of flab, though.
  • harasnicole 2012/06/07 14:03:02
    No
    harasnicole
    +2
    I'd rather just be super-healthy instead of super-skinny. Being super-skinny isn't for everyone. Everybody's body type is different.
  • Kigan 2012/06/07 13:53:48
    No
    Kigan
    +3
    I just want to be a healthy weight and feel good about myself when I look in the mirror. That means not underweight and not overweight.
  • ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒ 2012/06/07 13:47:16
    No
    ♒ßεllεchεvεllε®♒
    +4
    Although I have been obsessed with fighting my genetics and extremely cautious about what medications I agree to consume...
  • Wayne TH G 333 2012/06/07 13:44:55
    No
    Wayne TH G 333
    No I have never felt that need!
  • SOUL4REAL 2012/06/07 13:31:48
    No
    SOUL4REAL
    Even a dog get tied of a bone and he bury it! Some get so skinny to where they look scary! I agree with Kelly Clarkson!
  • harley oldman 2012/06/07 13:25:52
    No
    harley oldman
    NOPE...!
  • smitty 2012/06/07 13:14:50
    No
    smitty
    +2
    I was 6'4 165. I have no desire to be that thin again. That is why I started taking vitamin supplements and lifting weights.
  • RoseyRhod 2012/06/07 13:12:15
    Yes
    RoseyRhod
    Started shoving my fingers down my throat at thirteen because instead of being able to wear a boys' size 9 pants, I now wore a gargantuan women's size 1. I weighed a vast 110 pounds at approximately 5'4" tall. I wrecked my metabolism through my eating disorders. It is only now that I am nearly 50 that I am trying to learn to accept myself as I am--which happens to be in a larger body at this point.
    This is why I am so vehement when I see horrid, body snarking comments from people. The lies that we are told by the multi BILLION dollar diet industry continues to drive people (mostly young women) to disordered eating. I really wish I had known about Health at Every Size when I was younger. I had to stop dieting so I wouldn't get fatter--seriously. Dieting does not work. I'm a big person--I was not meant to weigh 100 pounds or less. But believe me, I tried to.
  • geneticmistake 2012/06/07 12:32:53
    No
    geneticmistake
    ....but since I abhor the shopping, preparation, eating and cleaning up associated with food I pretty much am.
  • Xitlalilolly 2012/06/07 12:32:42
    No
    Xitlalilolly
    +1
    i never felt like iwanted to be skinny but my mom is always telling your getting fat!! you need to loose weight!! and it kind of brings me down but in a way i see what she is talking about but i have to see myself and who i am not who she wants me to be. if im happy the way i am then she should respect that
  • Юлия Чмелёва 2012/06/07 12:19:35
    No
    Юлия Чмелёва
    +1
    i am thin enough now)
  • beach bum 2012/06/07 10:46:42
    No
    beach bum
    no
  • Happy_Evil_Dude 2012/06/07 06:42:54
    No
    Happy_Evil_Dude
    +3
    That's for drawings...
    drawings
  • SA 2012/06/07 01:09:19
    No
    SA
    +1
    I'm fine the way I am.
  • Sister Jean 2012/06/07 01:04:50
  • ʂıoвнaп ♡ 2012/06/07 01:00:56
    No
    ʂıoвнaп ♡
    +3
    Hell no! I'd rather be the way I am now than look like I haven't eaten in weeks.

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