Take control of your weight by discovering what you've always been hungry for.
The only thing more depressing than the number on the scale is the thought of yet another diet. The struggle makes you weary. Which diet should you try this time? Join the gym...again? Buy some new exercise gadget? Even the "Never diet again!" promises gave you nothing to work with. Maintaining a stunning 170 lb. weight loss, author Dagny Kight takes an unflinching look at what's kept you struggling then guides you through an action-focused process to discover your own unique approach for targeting your personal goals.
Break the cycle of weight regain.
Release the grip of shame.
Escape the trap of endless dieting.
Stop searching for the meaning of food in your life.
Start finding meaning in your life!
Fat Guy as seen from Earth Cam in Times Square
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Believing that weight loss surgery is an "easy way out" that takes no effort is the most vicious expression of fat shaming there is. It is an assertion that fat people deserve to suffer and struggle to pay for the perceived weaknesses of character that are assumed to have "made" them fat.
I am often asked about surgery by people attempting to find a way to discredit my book and to insult and diminish those who choose surgery. My book is about personal choice. I will not pander to value judgments made against personal health care decisions. Wielding weight loss surgery as an accusation and insult is both deeply ignorant and viciously hateful.
Any claims made about my personal health and medical history by anyone other than myself are considered to be hearsay regardless of the source.Read my full blog post on this issue. My book includes a full chapter discussing Weight Loss Surgery.