Date: 2016-01-28 02:42 pm (UTC)
Weight loss is so hard, especially when there are complicating issues. My son was diagnosed with PDD/NOS at a young age - he's on Depakote for seizures and has had weight problems all his life. He has cognitive deficits and lives with us, and I feel like it's my responsibility to figure out a way to get him healthy, but nothing seems to work very well. One of the best things we came up with was was to get him involved in volunteering at our local VA hospital. He goes three days a week for about five hours a day, and he loves it. And that's five hours a day he's not sitting on the couch, playing wrestling video games and eating; of course, he was assigned to the 'canteen' where the old ladies adore him and cook him some fantastic soul food dish every day for lunch:). Ah well...

I'm sorry that you're going through such a difficult problem. I know everybody has some advice, but weight is such an individual, complicated issue. So of course I'm going to give you some advice:): Never forget that you are a delightful and talented person, and make sure that any decisions you make are based on love for yourself and nothing else.

(((((Big hugs)))))
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