Leave it to JK Rowling to speak words I couldn't before put together. I couldn't agree more with what she has to say because there's always that little ping of annoyance when someone says "you've lost weight" or "I'm getting fat again". I don't see that in people because I don't let myself define people by there appearance, rather I see what they've contributed to the world. I see who someone is so as Rowling put it: "Let my daughters be Hermiones..."
Here's how J.K. Rowling, author of the highly anticipated 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,' turned rejection into unprecedented success
Living in a cramped apartment with her daughter, jobless and penniless, Rowling fell into a deep depression and admits she even considered suicide. She was forced to rely on state benefits and spent much of her time writing "Harry Potter" in cafés with Jessica sleeping in the pram next to her.