Fat Dad, Fat Kid: One Father and Son's Journey to Take Power Away from the "F-Word"

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Fat Dad, Fat Kid: One Father and Son's Journey to Take Power Away from the "F-Word"

Fat Dad, Fat Kid: One Father and Son's Journey to Take Power Away from the "F-Word"

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But I realized that once I went to college and and eventually moved out on my own, I had to reshape a healthy, adult relationship with food. I did watch my dad struggle with dieting all of his life and I was on the receiving end of many a “well meaning”, but not quite kind, comments from my mom about what I should/should not be doing to lose weight. I’ve developed what I think is a healthy “everything in moderation” approach, and I’ve been lucky to maintain a healthy weight for my adult life.

My dad has always continued the thinking of family around a large meal and my mom has worked to alway provide delicious meals for us in excess. Busy Dads, are you tired of the same old diets and exercise routines that leave you feeling defeated and uninspired?

I’m back at weight watchers and struggling, trying to slay the inner fat girl as well as maintain healthy habits. My father has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes for a few years now, and still eats all the sugar, fried foods, and carbs he wants. She used to cook for me and the younger of my two brothers (the only two left in the house by the time I was a kid) every single day.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I am currently on phentermine, trying to use that as a tool to really internalize things like proper portions and how to listen to my body.

I’m at my heaviest now (145) and bemoan a mid-section that has settled into some modest muffin tops and a protruding belly if I don’t hold it in. I encourage fruits and veggies as the best snacks by keeping them cut up and in the fridge and have a loose one treat a day policy. It must be difficult to parse your words as a parent, and I admire the women here who commit to raising their daughters to pay attention to their strengths and not critique their “flaws”. I do believe that having a healthy ATTITUDE about weight, and trying to obtain/maintain a HEALTHY weight in a HEALTHY way is MUCH more important to being a parent then the number on the scale. I hope I can do the same for a daughter some day, and help them understand that “flaws” are really just differences between humans, like the flavors of different cuisines.

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