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Doodah
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@pgoldsmith 21888 wrote:

Hi Doodah, yes never had a problem on the professional front. My Dad died when I was 7 and from then on I was fat, I think it was a combination of people compensating me for the loss of my dad, the odd treat etc, and then having to look after myself whilst my mum worked. But hey, I did alright just a bit porky and am sorting that out at long last, nearly 4 stone down and 3 to go for a perfect BMI!!!

Paul

Well done you! That’s fantastic.

Behind every obese person is a story of hardship or loss. I have heard many, many stories believe me so I know this to be true. Even I have my own (which I won’t bore you lovely people with but, I am writing a book about it.) So Katy – get mugging up on it hon: your dissertation awaits 😉

Doodah xx

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