Yesterday I saw two ladies in the grocery store. Both were on the heavier side and when they walked by they looked up and smiled and I smiled back. They seemed like really nice ladies . The kind who were just happy to be who they were . I think that is a great way to feel. That may of seemed like no big deal. But it caused me to think about something that I have had in the back of my mind for a while now. There are times when Heidi is being talked about that her weight is brought up. I always feel a tad guilty when I read that and think….it is not nice to talk about what someone weighs. People are people based on who they are, not they weigh. I have even wondered how I would feel if I was Heidi and knew that people made comments about me and my size. I have lost weight. But I feel like the way I lost weight on Kimkins.con has made me one meal away from being heavy again. So who am I to have any judgments about weight . As much as I dislike Heidi…..I wonder where the idea of her weight being a topic came from. Then I realized. It came from Heidi Diaz herself. Heidi made it a issue. Heidi made her weight a target because she herself had so little respect for herself that she decided to lie. Okay many of us have lied about our weight at one time or another. Heck I even lied to myself for years. But can you imagine being so desperate with yourself and the way you look you would STEAL pictures of Russian Brides to fake who you were? And even worse to use a picture of Russian Bride on a national magazine to hide who the real Heidi Diaz is. Wow ….what does that mean? My question today is….Is Heidi embarrassed by her weight enough that she faked who she was on the magazine and the web site? Does she think heavier people are less important . Maybe she even really has a dislike for heavier people. Or am I giving Heidi too much pity and she could care less about what she looks like. She just knows thin would help fraud thousands of people to join her web site. Is it about her self esteem or greedy money?
Self Esteem or Greedy Money? July 2, 2008