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What does obesity do to you emotionally?

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2017-12-03 23:52:51

What you let it do. How does being to thin do to you/ How does

being old do to you? How does any thing outside your soul do to

you. Think about the power people give to things they have power

over. Hard to get power. But, older and thinner and fat or whatever

there is a word more powerful than them all. YOUR CHOICE! How you

choose to let whatever emotionally. If you have a problem then make

a choice to get others to help. But, I have seen very sad poor

people, fat people, thin people, I have seen very sad pretty

people, just the right shape people. It comes down to one word.

Nothing. Obesity has nothing to do with emotions that you don't

give it the right to have. It sounds hard but truth is not just to

make you feel better for a time or two. Truth makes you better

forever. Find the truth in that the flesh should NOT have that much

power over the MIND or soul of anyone. Think about it. When you

talk on the phone to a stranger, that can not see the obesity or

the very thin is that not the true person? How others think now

with obesity being as bad as the worst thing is far from the truth.

A common wrong doesn't make it right. Nor should I think that a

missing arm or leg should change a person. To much on the flesh has

always been a problem from the Greeks to now.

Actually obesity can cause depression. The person can become

very self conscious about what they do in public, feel bad about

them selves and go home, eat food, and not go out much. Some people

can't help being fat. It is people like the one who responded and

answered above that makes the obese people upset, wanting to eat

more. They need some comfort, so they go to food. Simple.


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