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Meredith Atwood Social Profile

Meredith Atwood

Roswell
Recovering Attorney. Ironman. Coach. Author. Blogger. Teetotaler. Entrepreneur & Podcaster @thesame24hours. @TriFeTri @BestTriClubEver #JustKeepMovingForward®

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Influence
77 /100
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True Reach
3,036
Top Topics
Triathlon, Coaching, Running
Top Location
United States
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Audience
57,819
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I actually got accused of being a fat shamer and fatphobic today. Picture on the right? 198 pounds. Then I was called "thin privileged." That took the cake. I have NEVER in my LIFE been anything but body positive, accepting of all shapes and sizes and supportive and knowing of the struggles (internal and external) that being overweight, addicted and/or depressed often entail. I am certainly not "thin privileged" - that made me seriously angry because, WTF. I have a tri clothing company---one of the ONLY that goes up to true size 4xl, and I would make bigger ones if I could figure out how. I have been a "fat girl" my whole damn life, and I was positive about being the best I could in my body, including 4x Ironmans. Body positive? Yes. My book says "Go. In the body you have now! Take your dreams and go for it!" Nothing about me says "No, you're fat... don't try to race or tri or love or live." I am body positive. I am also real. I am POSITIVE that I am miserable when I am at my heaviest, my unhealthiest---I feel awful. I sleep terrible. I can't finish the races I dream of. I don't want to socialize. I don't want to race. Body positive also means that I get to be exactly who the hell I want to be, share my story and my battles, "success" and the paths and tools I have to help others. I don't give a crap if someone is "fat", chubby and wants to stay that way forever. Power to you, being happy in your body as you are. If I was happy as a severely overweight and drunk version of myself (photo, left), I'd gladly have stayed there. It's certainly easier to accept yourself as is. But that's not me. And that's not a lot of us who want more of ourselves--whether health, size, racing or life. We are ALLOWED TO WANT MORE---we are also allowed to define what more is. I am a BIG FIT GIRL still and I will always work harder to grow, to be who I want to be. THAT is body positive. Being positive about MY body and accepting of everyone else's. And I won't be silenced or called shitty for it. And especially not for working hard to grow into exactly who I dream. But for now, I'm going back to my entire pint of cashew milk ice cream.
853 | September 12, 2017
Average Age
33
Years Old
Dominant Gender
Women
62%
Average Income
$56,706
Yearly
Top Countries
United States
65%
Australia
7%
Canada
5%
Top Cities
Chicago
9%
Atlanta
8%
Washington
8%

Competências dos Seguidores

Running
11.5%
Moms
10.2%
Fitness
9.6%
Websites They Share
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