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Feeling terrible - July 23rd 2013, 02:30 AM

My mom keeps calling me fat. And because i'm not the kind of person to share my feelings and prefer for people to believe that, I appear to be indifferent whenever she does. But, deep down it really hurts and I don't know what to do

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Re: Feeling terrible - July 23rd 2013, 04:19 AM

In what way does your mum call you fat? Does she pass little remarks about you 'gaining a little extra' or does she outright say that you're getting fat?

The best thing you can do if you haven't already is talk to your mum. By talking to her she can understand you better and although she might be surprised to hear you express yourself, it's very important that you do this or she won't know where she's going wrong. I can't verbally talk to my mum, or anyone about deep emotions but I can when I write things down. If you can, try writing her a gentle letter explaining to her how you've been made to feel by her and ask if she would stop.

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