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    Default Is your child overweight and you're fed up of being judged?

    Are you fed up of being judged because your child is over weight?

    Perhaps you had the stares when you put biscuits in your supermarket trolley or admit your child has eaten chicken nuggets before (whose child hasn't?)

    A leading women's magazine wants to deal with the subject of child obesity very sensitively. We want to write it frm your point of view. Pointing out that mums do their best and bein judged isn't helping them deal with a child being overweight.

    We will read the article back to you before it goers to print so you can rest assured we are not doing the article to attack you. We want to highlight your problems and help! We are also happy to pay you $500 for taking part in a short over-the-phone interview and quick photoshoot.

    Email me at lisa.harmer@pacificmags.com.au or call 02 9394 2728 with a family picture and a little description about your child and their weight. Please include a contact number.

    Need to do this a.s.a.p so contact me by Tuesday or Wednesday to take part.

    Please note, I don't always check my bub hub account regularly so best to email me to take part.

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    This is in the weight gain support forum, for people wanting support to gain weight.

    My daughter was underweight and it was a concern so we sought help and the problem is resolving on a new diet.


 

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