As in, do you look at overweight people and think "Oh, what a fat slob. They should put down the cheeseburgers and hop on a treadmill."
I'm just wondering if the majority of people think this. I'm overweight and I'm doing my damndest to start a healthier lifestyle. I walk every day and I've slashed my calorie intake in half over the course of two months. Unfortunately, people cannot see the effort I'm making, they only see how much I weigh.
So do you judge overweight people by their size, or do you realize that they may be in the middle of becoming healthier?
To be honest, I don't think anything about "overweight" people period. I don't wonder how many cheeseburgers they've eaten, I don't wonder whether they are trying to lose weight. To each their own. I'm sure anyone can look at me and find a gazillion things wrong with me so I'm not one to say what someone else should look like and/or be doing with their lives.
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Women really have a party of eating during their pregnancy not thinking that they are going to have a harder time taking that weight off. Thing that gets me is that they are so young, just wait til they hit their 40's when every thing slows down drastically.
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