Parents don't want to hear that their kids aren't perfect, especially when it comes from a stranger.

An angry mom took to Facebook to air her grievances with the a body shaming female sales person at Dillard's, a department store in Wichita, Kansas.

The mom, Megan Naramore Harris wrote:

I found this dress and asked her to try it on. She told me this was not her style, but tried it on for me. I told her how grown up it made her look and she smiled, and told me this made her look too old but still, she let me take a picture. Right after that, you entered and told my daughter she needed to wear SPANX if she wanted to wear this dress. I told my daughter to go change. I told you that she was just fine without SPANX. You continued to argue with me. We left soon after. I wish I had told you how many girls suffer from poor self image and telling them they need something to make them perfect can be very damaging."

Harris has the right to be upset at the store employee. The thing that gets overlooked when it comes to things like this is what about the employee?

Is there a chance that previous run-ins with others and her very own body insecurities have led her to outward shaming of others? It's a vicious cycle of shame and low self worth that leads other to act out.

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