I don’t like my tummy in bikinis – then I remember I would’ve felt sick wearing them two years ago, I’ve come a long way

A WOMAN who turned her life around after her incredible weight loss has finally learned to love her abs in a bikini.

Before she lost weight, the thought of wearing two pieces would make her sick.

TikTok user Therese O'Callaghan never thought she could wear a bikini


TikTok user Therese O’Callaghan never thought she could wear a bikiniCredit: TikTok/thereseoca
But now she can after her amazing weight loss


But now she can after her amazing weight lossCredit: TikTok/thereseoca

But today, she can finally admit that she has come a long way.

Therese O’Callaghan (@thereseoca) is extremely proud of what she has achieved.

It hasn’t always been the easiest journey for her but she has been charting her weight loss on TikTok.

She has garnered overwhelming support on the platform with over 87,000 followers and another 3.3 million likes.

“Just here for the vibe,” she says, “50 lbs off.”

in this parcelTherese illustrates how far she has come, not only in her weight loss but also in her perception of herself.

This Northern Irish woman was photographed standing on a pebbled beach.

She wore a bright pink halter top and captioned it: “I don’t like my belly in this bikini.”

But then, she revealed the image before losing weight when wearing a thigh-slit animal print dress.

The woman in this photo would never have thought of wearing such revealing swimsuits.

“Are we wearing bikinis?” she cried. Then beg other women who are going through their own weight loss journey to have faith.

“Don’t forget how far you’ve come,” she said. You are very hard on yourself.”

“But I would have felt nauseous two years ago at the thought of wearing a bikini. Be proud of yourself,” she pleaded.

There is admiration for her achievements in the comments section of her post.

“I’ve been following you since the beginning and you are such an inspiration,” said one fan.

“You looked gorgeous before. And then you could totally wear a bikini. But now you look so much more comfortable,” this follower commented.

At the end of the comment section, this audience admires her: “You look amazing. I admire you”.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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