11-10-2013, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Golden Horse
Good luck, how many cup sizes are you losing?
Goal is a c cup.
Originally Posted by dressagebelle
Good luck and speedy healing. While I agree and it sounds like you do too, that you do need to lose weight, if you honestly can't move much, then something drastic needs to be done to help you be able to start moving a little bit more each day. This sounds like the first step for you in getting healthier, pain free, and able to actually go out and ride a horse again. It would be so easy to just say "well if you lose the weight..." but I can't even pretend to know your whole story, and I applaud you for sticking up for what you think is needed, and not letting other people (or your parents) tell you not to. I think that it's sad that our society has become one of "the bigger boobs you have the better" when bigger boobs can create a world of problems. I actually read an article years ago in a magazine about a girl who did barrel racing, she was I think around your age at the time of the article, and she ended up getting a breast reduction, because of the pain, and the problems trying to ride, and she looked so much happier, and said that she felt so much better after getting it done. It takes courage to stick to your guns and get done what needs to get done. Hoping for a speedy recovery, and happy updates as things get better!
I've already started eating less, and eating better. Also my Dad bought me a elliptical for when I recover.