Shedding weight is indeed an incredible decision to take in our present world, but then what if it isn’t working for you? Does it imply life beings at being slim? Well, if you feel so, then Megan Fisher should be a big inspiration.
Megan, a Plus-sized, has spent years starving herself in a bid to shed weight. But soon found the confidence to flaunt her natural figure, despite being labeled as a whale by trolls. Teacher Megan has never felt proud of her body while growing up and hasn’t ever approached boys due to her low self-esteem.
Megan Fisher, 29, from Pennsylvania, has spent years starving herself in a bid to shed weight. But soon found the confidence to flaunt her natural figure, despite being labeled as a whale by trolls
Turns out, she feels more confident now, especially as she wore one of her 50s bikinis, shorts, and crop tops that show off her incredible curves. She has been uploading her photos to Instagram, encouraging other plus-sized women to overlook body insecurities and love themselves passionately.
On graduating from school, Megan currently weighing 300lb from Pennsylvania equally found herself enduring an unhappy relationship, living with her partner while also involved in a job as a bank cashier, of which she never enjoyed.
From her teens, Megan had felt the perfect key to living happily was shedding weight. She undeniably tried several fad diets over the period of her teenage and even during her early twenties, including Isagenix, Keto, Atkins, and paleo. Interestingly, she had starved herself believing it would remarkably help in losing some weight. Specifically, Megan in 2004 had planned to go through a pre-op preparation for gastric bypass but discovered a body-positive moment and even Tess Holiday.
It was then she told herself of being happy and confident in her body frame, insisting she doesn’t need to lose weight to be happy. So instead of trying out another diet, the teacher moved to New York City and quit the relationship with her boyfriend. According to Megan, it was indeed the scariest thing she’s ever done but admitted the shift transformed her life as she learned how to be independent.