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    So I'm 13 and my dad has to at least mention my weight once a week. He usually says my butt is to big which I don't mind because I'm well aware that my butt is not big. Still he comments about me being 'fat' and fat shaming me all the time in front of my other family members he usually tells me to go to the gym or to 'stop eating that.'
    And to be honest I'm not that fat I'm in the 'normal' weight section for my year.

    How do I stop/Ignore this??
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    No idea. I'm 17 and ngl I have a bit of a belly (only when I fully relax/push out) but my muscle is more dense than most people and I'm still in the healthy weight category for my age and height and my BMI says so, and my brother still makes fun of me (even though he on the other hand is actually overweight) and my mum sometimes too. Why don't you just ask him?
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    13yo's CANNOT go to a gym. And three years is a long time to wait. So work a bit harder during PE, do sport after school or during weekends
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    13yo's CANNOT go to a gym. And three years is a long time to wait. So work a bit harder during PE, do sport after school or during weekends
    In some places yes they can. My 12 year old goes to the gym during sessions for 11-17 year olds. She can use all cardio equipment but not weights.
 
 
 
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