Love/Hate Relationship

Monday, July 12, 2010

I have a love hate relationship with my chest.

Now, don't get me wrong; I absolutely love them and I like to dress appropriately to accentuate my features! LOL I don't know what's going to happen when I lose a lot of weight and they start to shrink, but I will have to deal with it then.

But, they also get on my last nerves. Over the last 3 weeks, I have probably tried on 20+ tops that I absolutely loved and was anxious to buy for my upcoming vacation, but I couldn't buy any of them because they couldn't contain my bountiful set. Button up tops are a write off and if I do get them, the top has to be 2 sizes bigger just for the buttons to look normal.

It really and truly sucks.

But I'm grateful for what God has blessed me with so I can't complain. I just wanted to vent a little LOL
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  • no profile photo CD107475
    I had mine reduced having major back problems. But I am not a huge fan of them anyway. Don't get me wrong I love my body just want less of it. LOL

    3681 days ago
  • MSSTM1
    I understand how you feel. For me its my hips. When I shop for pants if I buy them large enough to go over my hips they are too big in the waist. And weight loss does not help. I still have the same problem just in smaller sizes. Now I don't pick up any pants that aren't at least 3% spandex. Especially jeans. That at least helps a little. I like having "junk in the trunk" LOL but at the same time it can be a problem.
    3706 days ago
    I have a solution. Weight loss has taken most of mine away, so if you could send some over to me that would be lovely. Then we both get what we want!

    Seriously, though, it must be hard, even the physical side like shoulder pain because of the straps. Hopefully weight loss will take some of them away. People who started with big chests seem to end up with D cups around the end of it. At your goal you could save up money to have them reduced?

    Just think of all those women with flat chests who are also trying on lots of tops and feeling disappointed. It goes to show we've all got problems in the dressing room, but those same problems are the 'problems' someone else would love to have.

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    3712 days ago
    I find that being able to alter my own clothing is incredibly useful. And if all else fails, a tailor is a wonderful person. =) Sometimes it sucks, but at the same time? Flaunt what you've got! Keep on being awesome.
    3720 days ago
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