Recently I have gotten really fat. Here's why. My sister always gives her me candy or ice cream or her cake if we're at a party because she is full. Is she trying to make me fat? If so, why and should I get back at her?


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Danae Hitch Profile
Danae Hitch answered

I think you have submitted four or five questions on this weight issue that you're having.

Enough already.

Quit blaming others for your weight gain.

Stop looking for "revenge" because you have gained weight.  Just because someone hands you a piece of cake doesn't mean you have to eat it. Take some personal responsibility here. Seriously.

HappyTo BeHereTo Profile

Once you recognize and own YOUR actions that lead to the weight gain, you begin to also own your power to change it.  You can't change what you don't acknowledge. 

Cake, cookies, candy - they taste great!  That's why even the words are fun to say.  It's not your sister's fault you like them.

If you want to lose weight, take this first step followed by changes in your diet and exercise.  If not, continue to deny the fact that you are the "driver" of your life, not the "passenger." 

Continue to eat your problems, or correct them and lead a healthier, happier life.  I wish you all the best.

Barb Cala Profile
Barb Cala answered

I think you need to find a place where you can talk about your food fetish.  This isn't it.

Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

Wait, wait ...what?

She offers you her left overs and you eat them of your own free will ... And it's HER fault you've gained weight?

Nice try .. Deflecting blame for your condition is falling on deaf ears here.  Seems your logic is far too flawed to even take seriously

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

Your sister giving you food isn't the problem. You accepting and then eating it is. Quit blaming others for your choices. It is really unbecoming.

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