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Woman asks if she's wrong for telling 'overweight' sister to change clothes for work.

Woman asks if she's wrong for telling 'overweight' sister to change clothes for work.

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We live in a fatphobic world, and most people could work on body-shaming issues. We should celebrate people who come in all shapes and sizes, and hope we can all be comfortable in our own skin.

However, there are rules of decorum for anyone of any size. Is it OK to remind someone of those rules if their body type is part of what is breaking those rules? Here's one sister's story.

I (30f) love my sister (24), we get along great. Growing up not so much. My sister has always struggled with other weight issues to the point that we were NEVER allowed to use the word fat, even if it wasn’t to describe a person.

She had worked through a lot of her confidence issues but once our mom passed she regressed mentally and began binge eating. She is now much heavier but refuses to buy new clothes.

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