It’s easy to call someone fat and it doesn’t help one bit, wouldn’t it be better to encourage them to try a different lifestyle recommend diets and workouts that actually will help them get going. Sometimes all you need is a little push in the right direction and not more weight to carry
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It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Encouraging them to cook a healthy meal instead of stopping for fast food, or finding a good gym membership for them is how you talk to people. Making them feel bad about themselves for their weight is not how you talk to people, if you know your friends then you should know how to talk to them and how to help them. If you don’t then Y’all probably ain’t as good of friends as you think. It very rude to stare. So, if someone is your good friend, and they are uncomfortable with their weight, they will most likely tell you about it. And in that instance, it is appropriate to give them some advice. It really depends on who they are tho. Otherwise don’t just bring it up to them out of the blue.
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Or shame them to try and get them to make a change. you never know what that could trigger. If they wanna change they’ll decide it on their own. Let them take it up with their doctor if they have one, and treat them as you normally would any of your other friends. There’s a difference between empowering people and helping them love themselves vs. enabling someone to continue with unhealthy habits which will negatively affect their health and quality of life. As far as “body shaming” goes, putting someone down and putting them on the spot is wrong, yes. But, we cannot ignore facts. Overweight people are at risk of disease and many health problems that could potentially kill you. Anorexia is the same in the ways that it will cause health problems. Not that healthy is some impossibly thin line that only so many people can achieve. My little brother stands 6’1″ at 280 lbs! Yes, that’s a big kid (He’s a freshman in high school). But, he I’d healthy. He exercises all the time. He plays football and participates in track. He’s active. He chose this in his life to make it better. If he wouldn’t have done this, he’d be well over 300 lbs and be having back and knee problems. He’d be tired easy and depressed. He’d give up too quickly throwing him into this cycle of doubt and self-loathing.