Don’t Hide Yourself. The main element is actually not to take it up after all.

Don’t Hide Yourself. The main element is actually not to take it up after all.

One of many typical mistakes I’ve seen fat dudes make would be to either make excuses with their size or try to laugh it well by simply making jokes about padding or simply how much more there clearly was for folks to love.

Both these approaches are errors; they betray a feeling of insecurity. Making jokes regarding the dimensions are more often than not a protection system, hoping to get the insult in before anyone else does to just take the sting from it… and it simply calls awareness of the known undeniable fact that you’re big and you also feel embarrassing about this.

One of the keys is merely not to take it up at all. You’re big, it is known by you, she understands it. Presenting yourself as though you’re not really ashamed of your self is much more appealing than wanting to armor your self up with jokes.

Don’t get me wrong: humor is attractive… but protective or self-deprecating humor goes from “funny” to “really sort of pitiful” really quickly. The final thing you might like to do is deliver down signals regarding how you hate your self. Continue reading “Don’t Hide Yourself. The main element is actually not to take it up after all.”