A person who tries to lose weight in order to become healthier should receive an incredible amount of respect.
Unfortunately, sometimes those people experience fat-shaming and others who try to continue holding them down.
Heather Albert lost 80 pounds and was beyond excited to finally fit into Lululemon clothing.
Her weight loss wasn't easy. She suffered with polycystic ovarian syndrome for years, which makes it difficult to lose weight. After the birth of her son in 2011, postpartum depression prevented it even further.
The human resources manager from Las Vegas told People,
With a gastric sleeve, and a year of hard work and yoga, Albert lost the weight. Over the year, she built up enough confidence to go to the Lululemon store in Park City, Utah.
At the store, while Albert was the only customer, she overheard the sales associates whispering and giggling. Then, she heard one ask,
Albert posted her experience on Facebook and has since received a number of apologies from the company, and the employees will receive re-training, but she probably won't purchase Lululemon products again. She said,