From time to time every one of us feels insecure in our lives and in our relationships. Insecurity can manifest itself in many different forms. Here are some of the top types of relationship insecurity:
· Jealousy. Jealousy is never really about the person that you’re jealous of – it’s about you. Feeling jealous of someone usually means that we aren’t feeling great about ourselves, and we see something in him or her that we feel we are lacking. So if we see another guy or girl as a threat in our relationship it’s usually because we perceive them to have qualities that we don’t have. We become insecure and afraid that our partners would prefer to be with someone who is more like that person. The more secure we are with our relationships, and ourselves the less likely we are to become jealous.
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Oh my gosh people, be nice to your waiter/waitress, it’s not their fault that your food is cold or if it’s under cooked. Be nice to the cashiers who are still training and can’t ring up your items as quickly as you want. If a stranger smiles and says hello to you, smile and say hello back! It’s just common courtesy, I don’t understand why people have to be so rude.
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Want more information on thin privilege? Everyday Feminism has some great, helpful articles in their Health & Body section. Start with “20+ Examples of Thin Privilege,” and then explore the rest of the category.
But if you really want to understand thin privilege, you need to start at the source, which is fat stigma. And who better to address that issue than my amazing feminist fat activist friends? Check out the awesome blogs of Golda Poretsky and Virgie Tovar for a start.
And a special shout-out to This Is Thin Privilege for pointing out the glaring issues in my original edit.