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Re: Talking about weight in therapy raisinb

Posted by Daisym on May 12, 2008, at 22:50:46

In reply to Re: Talking about weight in therapy Daisym, posted by raisinb on May 10, 2008, at 16:32:26

I'm sure it must be equally hard on your side and I'll have to watch myself around it. It feels, from where I sit, that being thin, no matter how thin or why you got that way, is more socially acceptable. I guess because it seems easier to gain it back instead of having to lose it. But I can see how that thinking is very one-sided.

And for sure, no one wants to hear that they look old or worse or sick or whatever. That is just insensitive. I remember a friend who had cancer and someone said to her "at least there is an upside to this - the weight loss." People don't think.




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