- afswimmergirl added an answer: 2011-08-29 06:46:30
are you guys freaking kidding me on this website! this is the kind of website that promotes unhealthy eating and eating disorders! your son is perfect, do NOT NOT NOT make him lose weight! with his age and height he is perfectly healthy and you would be starving him by making him lose weight and hurting him in the future. Now is the vital time for his body to collect all the vital nutrients he can. Allie, stop telling already thin people to lose more weight, you may have an eating disorder youself if you think that being that thin is attractive.
- afswimmergirl voted down an answer: 2011-08-29 06:43:44
I would say that she is on the thin side because my daughter is 5 foot 8 inches and 110 lbs and I think she looks thin
- afswimmergirl added an answer: 2011-08-29 06:43:38
Seriously? Your daughter is tiny. If you think she is fat then you are going to start to lead your daughter into an eating disorder. She is NOT fat at all! In fact if anything she is UNDER weight and should put on some healthy muscle weight. I am 5 foot 7 120 pounds and am happier then I have ever been. I felt pressure to be skinny too by my mother in my junior high and high school years and I developed an eating disorder that still plauges me to this day, I wanted to be pretty to my family. Do not ever tell your daughter she is fat.
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