So today....I'm really excited to kick off this new Q&A idea that came to me a couple weeks ago; Which if you haven't already noticed, will be called "Ask Fab" and I will be answering a-question-a-day. I got this one particular DM, along with many others over the passed few years, and I realized how often I get asked a lot of the same questions. And because I love being able to offer my advice/perspective on any given situation, I figured I could help out more people by answering your questions, and then sharing it with everyone else. I will answer all legit questions sent to me, while also recapping on old questions I've received over the years. I dont care who you are, what you do, how many followers you have, or whether your account is public/private; If you have a question, shoot me a message and I'll answer it. Social media is fun, but I get the greatest pleasure utilizing these platforms to help others along their journey while also sharing my own personal experiences. If any of the questions I answer are something you can relate to, I would love for you to share your own experience (if you're comfortable), so that others and myself can hear a different perspective and learn something new. I STRONGLY encourage tagging others if you know anyone who might benefit from the subject or is struggling with that particular hurdle in their life.
Fab: Yes, I do still have stretch marks from when I was overweight as a child. Particularly on my waist and rear delts. How I feel about them now is totally different than how I viewed them as a child, and truthfully I think your perspective about them will be your greatest tool in "dealing" with them. As a child, I didn't understand the difference between self and ego. I viewed my self worth/value based on my image and how others treated me. And because I got picked on very frequently and bullied, my self-esteem and confidence was terrible. I hated my body and I felt ugly from about the 3rd grade into my high school years. I always wore shirts to the pool and I was socially awkward and insecure when it came to girls and relationships. Now, flash forward to current self at age 30. The most important ...Continue