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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 12 January 2011 01:04 / United States
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OH! Hold on, I think I know the solution to your problem, it usually consists of one of these two solutions but never both. 1) Stop eating so much God damn food! 2) Eat some God damn food already! Follow whichever one is appropriate for your case and the situation should resolve itself soon enough. Good luck!

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That's a myth... Most step-moms are shafted by Disney's versions of step-moms, and they have to deal with that image a lot. Step-moms generally really do care for their step-kids. Even if they know they'll never replace their child's mother, they still consider them their children.

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I know right? This FML should've just stopped at the eating disorder. After mom trying to help you, isn't it a LML?

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Unless your parents are obsessed with you or deprive you from having a normal life, then no, there's no such thing as caring too much. I don't see a problem for OP. Maybe OP should tell her to calm down a bit, but as others have said, at least she cares.

OH! Hold on, I think I know the solution to your problem, it usually consists of one of these two solutions but never both. 1) Stop eating so much God damn food! 2) Eat some God damn food already! Follow whichever one is appropriate for your case and the situation should resolve itself soon enough. Good luck!

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Incorrect, if you're depressed you're supposed to chug on over to Mamby Pamby land where maybe we can find some self confidence for you, you jackwagon!

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Sure it does. I used to weigh 350lbs, but thanks to FYLDeep's one step program I am now a svelte 105! Thanks FYLDeep!

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Honesty, it is that simple. It's all part of a simple equation of Calories consumed vs. Calories burned. Overthinking this stuff is how people get into trouble in the first place.

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Talking to the OP. But this is pretty sound advice. Clears up most cases of "eating issues". Of course there are people with extreme eating issues. Like that one college student who ended up with scurvy. (Eat some God damn vitamin C already!) Then there's insane eating issues. Ever see that 2 girls 1 cup video? Those women need serious help. They seem to lack even a basic understanding of how the human digestive process is supposed to function.

Im going to assume, based on the last sentence, that she thinks you have an eating disorder. What kind of friends do you have that would influence your eating habbits in such a way your mom would think something like that?

I think people over use the word "fat" there's a huge difference of being fat, and a little over weight. i get called fat all the time, and it really makes you think about anorexia. people just need to realize what theyre saying.

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