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Mommy, If You're Fat--I'm Fat

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How can we avoid screwing up our daughters?

In a recent Momlogic discussion group, Shannon Fox addresses Mom body issues and gives blogger Yvonne, Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, and Shaunie O'Neal the secret to not passing on negative thoughts to their own girls.



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lauren December 18, 2008, 9:10 PM

I wonder if my mom succeeded at not impressing her issues on to me as a young girl. Sometimes I don’t always think so. I think my mom was anorexic at one point when she was a teenager. She is really thin in the old pictures of herself. Now that I’m away at college most of the time now I don’t notice this as much, but when I was younger my mom would always ask if she looked good in something.. do I think she needs to lose weight? working out all the time now she makes protein shakes and works out. She’s had three kids I think people are going to forgive a few extra pounds. My mom is beautiful I just think she worries too much about what people think.


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