Being in love makes a person do many things even if it means he or she has to sacrifice.
Ethel Granger known for her small waist did something strange to please her husband.
She was born in early 1900's and got married to an astronomer William Arnold Granger, back in 1928.
She probably did not expect marrying him would make her name appear on the Guinness Book of Records.
Mr. Granger adored women with thin waists.
Though Ethel already had a small waist measuring 22 inches (56 cm), she wanted to please her husband more so she wore corsets regularly adjusting tightening it gradually.
It was in the year 1939 when she was named the woman with the tiniest waist in The Guinness Book of Records.
After 10 years of being married her once 22 inch waistline measured 13 inches.
She also wore high heel shoes and had many piercings all over her body to please her husband even more.
Granger died at the age of 77 in 1982 but her sacrifices made in the name of love surely etched a mark.
While she achieved something impressive it makes us realize something.
The couple might be happy with Ethel's transformation but it's quite disappointing that a woman was willing to do such sacrifice even endangering her health just to please her husband.
True beauty is never seen in the way they look, shape of their body, or type of clothes they wear.
Cliche as it may sound,t he inner beauty of a person is what matters most.
Trying hard just to fit to someone's standard should not be an option.
Ladies, always remember, All women are beautiful the way they are!