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If you want to compliment someone on their weight loss, try these expert recommended tips: 1 ASK AN OPEN-ENDED QUESTION You want to offer someone the opportunity to talk about what’s going on in their life, outside of whatever is happening on a visual level. If you’re wondering how to compliment someone on their weight loss, take a step back. Tell them that they’re a great friend; a beautiful person, or a good cook. Tell them you love to see that smile on their face, or that they look happy.
Before you “compliment” a friend’s weight loss, think consciously. (Speed up your progress towards your weight-loss goals with Women’s Health’s Look Better Naked DVD.) Trade “Wow, you lost weight. While everyone deserves to be happy in their own bodies, we as a society really need to stop commenting on someone’s weight – weight loss included. You might think commenting on your friend’s weight loss is a compliment, but it can also imply that their weight before wasn’t compliment-worthy or that that they needed to lose weight in the first place. Why you should think twice before complimenting someone’s weight loss. Louis Baragona.
2017-12-19T16:44:24Z The letter F. A ghost. An image of a chain link. It symobilizes a website link url. An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email.
A stylized bird with an open mouth, tweeting. Consider Making Statements That Avoid The Mention Of Weight Directly As support figures, we overlook the impact we can have on others by commenting on weight issues. We can support our loved ones better by learning to make statements that affirm the health of the individual instead of the size.
If you’re going to congratulate me on my weight loss, also congratulate me every time I pee. Congratulate me every time I’m burping. Because my body actually has nothing to do with you, and I don’t. >> What’s the best way to compliment someone who has lost weight without implying that they were fat or looked bad before? It will depend on your gender and the gender of the person that lost weight.
If you are a man and the person that lost weight is a woman, don’t say a word. I have learned over the years not to comment on such things. My goal is health, not necessarily weight loss. Though in my case weight loss was necessary to be healthy. To also LOOK healthy is a definite added bonus.
You are always so happy and positive since you lost weight. I look at the picture of me at 430 pounds and I know I was not happy. Today, life looks much brighter and I can’t stop smiling.
Weight loss could be the result of an eating disorder, cancer, depression, loss of a loved one, or other difficult experiences going on in someone’s life.
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