Why did I feel like I could do that?

A friend of mine who lives in Oregon recently went to work in a grocery store, but after her first day, she felt like she couldn’t do it.

She was too thin.

She had a tight butt, and she felt the heat of the cash register all day.

“I started to feel like it was time for me to get a job,” she said.

“But then my stomach began to hurt, and I realized I was losing weight.

I started to eat less, and it’s been like that ever since.”

It was a process that her friend and fellow coworker decided to share with the world.

They decided to create a video called, “Why Did I Feel Like I Could Do That?”

It’s a look at the ways people can change their lives and achieve their goals without changing their appearance.

It’s the story of two women, one in their 20s and one in her 40s.

In their story, they share their struggles with body image, body image disorders, eating disorders, and their journey to health and wellness.

They also share the challenges they faced during the course of their journey, as well as how they’ve adapted and are thriving in their newfound lives.

The women share their personal stories and share their journey of self-acceptance, self-love, and self-care.

“My friend was struggling with a mental illness, and one day she decided she needed to take a step back and figure out how she felt about herself,” said Kristy, who is in her 20s.

“She started talking to me about how she was feeling and what she wanted to change.”

Their story was filmed and posted on Facebook.

“It made me realize that even though I’m overweight, I’m still a person,” Kristy said.

It was so important for her to share their story.

They were able to reach millions of people with their story because of the support and community they have built.

“As much as it’s a personal thing, I think it shows that there’s a lot of people out there who want to hear stories about their experiences with body positivity,” Kristalyn said.

Their friend shared her story to help inspire other people, and now she’s going to share hers to the world, and the next time you see someone you don’t know wearing a size 12 or 16 or a size 18, think about their story and make sure you give them a shot.