From Marie, Child's Age 14 - 02/17/13 - IP#:  Click here to reply  
My daughters weight is concerning me. She is 5"2 and 230 lbs. I talked to her about it, and she seemed to enjoy her fat. Many timesi have seen her playing with her rolls and caressing her overhang. She gets excitedwhen she tells me she has outgrown ger clotges, and sge likes to wear tight clothing that shows her bulge. Is it normal for my child to want to gain weight and be fat? Her jeans are way to small, and she can't even get them buttoned around her stomach. Her shirts are like crop tops now, because they only can cover half her belly. It mostly just hangs out of her clothes and sways around; it's kind of disgusting.... She is constantly eating, and one time she ate so much that she was literally unable to move. She refuses to try and loose weight and she loves her doughey body. I really want her to be healthy and active like a normal kid, but her love of eating and being large is going to rule and ruin her life. Please help!
Reply from Donna, Child's Age 8 - 06/21/13  - IP#:
omg that's like my daughter, her clothes never fit she is really fat and just doesn't care I tell her to try and be normal but she just doesn't want to be she adores being huge its so embarrassing
Reply from Michael, Age 18 - 03/29/13  - IP#:
She definitely has a fat fetish, I know because I used to have one and now I'm 332 lbs, I have type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and I'm at risk for a heart attack. I used to gorge myself with fattening junk food everyday and the only reason I stopped was because my doctor told me I wasn't going to live to see 30 if I didn't stop. I now have to take 4 pills everyday probably for the rest of my life because I was killing myself with food. I do believe I was punished by God for my gluttony and I agree that it should be. You need to have a talk with your daughter and tell her about all the diseases that comes from being obese and tell her that obesity kills and that it will kill her also at a very young age if she doesn't stop. Tell her that you love her and fear for her life, that you don't want her to die before you do. The most important thing is to hug her and tell her much you love her, do this before she ends up like me!
Reply from Kay, Child's Age 13 - 03/03/13  - IP#:
You should take your daughter to a doctor or nutritionist first and ask the foctor for advice on how to lose weight healthily. Encourage her to lose weight by being gentle and a good rolemodel. Also for every few pounds lost treat her to a pedi and mani or watch a good movie-anything non-food is great