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I understand my parents are trying to help my lose weight but how can I tell them to not call me fat?
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23 years experience Addiction Medicine
Seek other support: Let them know your respect that they are concerned about your weight and that they should respect you enough not to be derogatory. If you yourself wan ... Read More
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