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I had the opposite problem. I started school at age eight, but in the second grade rather than third, because my mom didn't consider me ready for that grade. Therefore, I was a year older than everyone else, but on average about three inches shorter and stick-thin. I was so insecure about my size that I would make *weekly* trips to the nurse's office to get my height and weight checked. Add not being particularly masculine to being so small, and it's no surprise that I was a "bully magnet." I just wanted to be big enough to beat them up so they'd leave me alone....=(

I never got very tall, about 5'6", but do struggle with my weight due to using a wheelchair for twenty years. What I wouldn't give to be stick-thin again. I didn't know how good I had it.


I feel that pain. I've always been one of the tallest people in any room. I will say this, though..... it helped me get out of getting beat up a lot.