#SourcesSay @theplutocrat and I are something like hilarious. *shrugs* Iono what’s so funny! Lol #MarriedGram #TheBrewtons #PhotoBy @perfectedeye from the #TeamBootie (my Bootcamp class) cookout on #FathersDay
That #scope lasted 1.5 hours! So NOT the plan but @theplutocrat and I are VERY grateful for all who tuned in, interacted and stuck around as we shared our experience leading up to and during the #90DayHopeBeyondFibroidElimination!
There was a LOT to cover as this was our first scope for Be Inspired - Rebuilding! We gave a lot of background information and are committed to sharing our journey to wellness (and parenthood☺️) as we continue to grow!
Our goal is to provide a weekly 30 minute broadcast so, stick with us while we find our stride!
Yesterday, @jon_goode posed the question to the ladies, what would you do if your man started out with abs of steel and “let himself go”, gaining weight after being in the relationship for a while.
My response: Considering I’ve gone from this (8) to this (12) to this (16…ish) over the duration of my marriage, I couldn’t say a whole lot at all…‘cept maybe “buy bigger clothes…?”
The fact of the matter is, every BODY evolves differently. Could I stand to lose (quite) a few inches? Of course. Could Mr. Brewton? Sure. But as with everything else that comes with marriage, we’re committed to one another, come what may…even some extra inches and pounds.
Now, depression and greater issues that can lead to weight gain should be dealt with accordingly but please, PLEASE don’t allow anyone to shame you into losing weight or maintaining a standard of beauty that, ultimately, is fleeting.
Embrace you and your spouse and everything that you are and always strive to be your BEST - physically, mentally and spiritually.