I have a teenage daughter who has been so supportive and happy for me on my weight loss. She is also overweight. I can tell the closer I am getting to her weight the worse it makes her feel. I am sad about it because I don't want this for her. She is so beautiful and I know what a battle it can be to be heavy. Don't get me wrong she is still very proud and happy for me but is more down on herself. So I try not to talk about my weightloss even though right now it is and important part of my life right now. Has anyone else experienced this with their child?
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