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I would make a wonderful wife, and I would spend the rest of my life trying to selflessly love and serve my husband.

I would love to whittle away the days manning a minivan full of foster kids and friends to soccer games and recitals and tutoring.

As I approached them, I became slightly self conscious because the back of my hair was bone straight, while the front was a curly mess on the top of my head.

That everything that makes me lovable cannot outweigh my weight.

I wish I could say this guy was in the minority, but we have to face facts: for men in the church, it’s a buyer’s market.

Markers of spiritual maturity, like depth of character or a willingness to serve, should trump my above average BMI, but very rarely is that the case.

I see it in the faces of guys I’m meeting for the first time after being matched on e Harmony, even though we’ve exchanged weeks of witty banter and embarrassing confessions.

I didn’t pay much attention to them until I needed to go to the ladies room.

I had to walk between the three men in order to get the the bathroom.

Dating as an overweight Christian woman is seemingly impossible.

“I see how so much of love is physical attraction, especially at the beginning. It’s not the one I wanted to believe.” In the latest episode of the “This American Life” podcast, Elna Baker discussed her journey of losing 100 pounds only to grow frustrated with the superficial attention she began to attract.

It was my worst nightmare come true — that my personality does not offer enough redemption for my looks.

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