YANBU! I have always had the same problem. At my lightest weight and thinnest, I was being harrased every time I went to the doctors. They had done blood tests and couldn't find anything wrong so therefore I of course had to have an eating disorder!
I understand that they have to be cautious but I didn't have an eating disorder and just felt very stressed out about it all to the point where I'm sure the stress was making me lose more weight!
Always get comments from family and people I don't know so well telling me how skinny I am and don't I think I should lose weight. It properly winds me up!
YANBU I'm not super skinny but thinner than most (well i was til I had DS). I found it rude that people would comment on my size.
I also got annoyed when people commented on the size of my bump when I was pregnant. my FIL told me I looked neat and not fat like many. Others would say I looked small (thus making me think I had not grown a big enough baby). Cheek of them all
hi, i get the same treatmnet although i am NOT skinny really. I hate whatpeople say to me too it cause it makes you feel like it's your fault or that you should do something about it. My problem is that my face looks it more than anything else but that is only actually because i am so tired and stressed out from my kids so look..if you feel ok..if your not unwell and certainly if you are not worried then remember nothing you do or look will ever really please others..they will always find one thing or another! you are either too fat or too thin!
Have you got noticeably/dramatically thinner, or have you always been skinny? Is it possible people ask/comment because they think perhaps you have been/are ill and they are concerned? Maybe come up with a stock light-hearted statement that acknowledges their comment, but also doesn't open the door for discussion.
I don't have your issue with weight (tend in the opposite direction actually!), but would imagine it is not intended to be rude or hurtful. I'd put it in the same category as the constant comments (random observations) I hear from most everyone about dd (she's so tall, she's shooting up, my hasn't she grown, she's going to be a tall adult, etc).