How to Help Your Obese Loved one Lose Weight Without Hurting Their Feelings. But then the pounds started piling on after 25 to 26 years of age but still not over weight. Just had an ugly tummy. The thing is while i got watching some health shows while i was in Cape town, Africa..they inspired me..to be healthy. I have an adult daughter. Jan 12, 2010 · Dear Bintel Brief, My single, adult daughter is about 40 pounds overweight. I really want her to lose weight — primarily for health reasons, but also for more superficial reasons.
My daughter is 23 years old. I noticed she had problems with overeating when she was in middle school, but her major weight gain has been during her college years and since she graduated. I would estimate she has put on 50+ pounds in recent years. I am at a loss as to how I might help her and what I should and should not say. (MORE: Concierge Moms: Going Overboard With Their Adult Children) 6 Things You Should Never Say to Your Grown Child 1. Have you gained [lost] weight? Like most of us, I’ve read all the articles that warn us not to nag our preteen and teenage kids -- especially our daughters -- about weight or eating habits. And yet I saw this on my cousin’s.
The 6 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Adult Child This list is meant to help you avoid uttering those unintentionally hurtful things I've heard parents say over the years, and to offer some. I am a Mom of an obese adult daughter (27 yrs old). She has been grossly overweight for the last 5 years (started after she began and quit a marathon for breast cancer). She has a good job, a boyfriend who is very good for her, a house that they bought together, pets, cars and she maintains that she.