He Left Meposted August 22nd, 2022 at 4:46 PM For a petite woman with 34DDs. As a person with life long body dysmorphia,I don't think I will ever get over it. Show 18 Comments 18 Comments Post a Comment Really MAug 22, 2022 at 6:41pmHe's a piece of shit and you are far better off without him in your life.Be happy the trash man came early and you didn't waste anymore time on garbage.Your the lucky one !Because now 34 dd is stuck with the trash .Shame bahahaBe proud of you :) Just curious….Aug 22, 2022 at 7:57pmWhat did he need so many batteries for? AnonymousAug 22, 2022 at 8:14pmTry not to compare yourself to others. Someone will love you for who you are and love YOUR body.. but you must try to love yourself. You can get over itAug 22, 2022 at 11:24pmif you don't dwell on it.There are ex-bfs I thought I would never get over, but I did.You can get over breakups a lot quicker if you start truly living in the moment. Don't look backwards, don't look forwards. Just be in the present. And learn to love & accept your body ...or years down the road you will have huge regrets at all the wasted time & emotion. Been leftAug 23, 2022 at 6:55amFor guys with bigger pay cheques, so it's all relative AnonymousAug 23, 2022 at 1:52pmAnother shallow dude. Wow a concept none of us have heard of. In a few more yearsAug 23, 2022 at 2:21pmHe'll pick the younger, bigger, not saggy version of her. Honestly he sounds like he has little dick energy. Usually men with substance don't care about it. You just need to pick better men. Long agoAug 23, 2022 at 4:33pmA dated a super petite girl with 36 DD’s. She hated it. Tons of back aches, problems while working out. But i gotta say, i miss that girl ;) That’s not loveAug 23, 2022 at 6:18pmI understand how much it hurts though. But anyone whose main interest in you is how you look isn’t worth your time. We all change eventually, so anyone who focuses primarily on looks is in for a shock, including all those men who assume that it’s only the woman’s appearance that matters. They age too and not always as well as they think. As for the big boobs; trust me they’re far more trouble than they’re worth. Take the time you need to grieve the relationship, and move forward when you’re ready to find someone who loves and appreciates you for who you are. @opAug 23, 2022 at 8:38pmWhen you phrase body dysmorphia as life-long, you make it sound like a chronic condition you will never get past. That isn't so. Body dysmorphia is a serious condition that requires therapy. But you CAN move past it and be well. And the only person who can do this for you is YOU. LOAD MORE Join the Discussion Your name Comment * your name What's your name?