Is being 5,2 and size 6 fat

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Is being 5,2 and size 6 fat
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No. What answer are you looking for/ expecting?

If you are struggling with body dysmorphia or an eating disorder please reach out for help from your GP/ school.
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Not at all. I’m 5.5 and size 10 going close to 12. The fact that you’re a 6 amazes me
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Of course not. A size 6 is not ‘fat’. Depending on your exact weight, you may even be underweight. A quick BMI check will tell you.
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No you idiot ?? Why are attention seeking? You obviously have low self esteem and maybe you didn’t get love because you feel the need to come to TSR and ask a dumb question? Yes actually you are fat you’re obese 🙃
wow. Sarcasm. The answer to all our problems.

You never know what OPs going through.
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wow. Sarcasm. The answer to all our problems.

You never know what OPs going through.
Then tell her to stop attention seeking ?
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Then tell her to stop attention seeking ?
What if she truly believes that she is fat?
What if she is anxious that she might be fat?

You may have never experienced this, however it doesn't mean that she isn't experiencing this.
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She isn't attention seeking. She could have a BDD.
You can stop the attention seeking by shutting your big mouth.

Thank you
Thank you so much
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Is being 5,2 and size 6 fat
Size 6 - in which shop?

Seriously, there is no industry standard for clothing sizes; shops will have different numbers for chest, waist and hips, hence you can't use it as a measure of your body. A much better guide is whether your BMI is in the healthy range, and that you eat a balanced diet and get exercise.
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