Recognize that bodies come in various shapes and sizes, and weight is not always an indicator of health or worth.
Understand that genetics play a significant role in a person's body weight and shape, and it is not solely determined by parenting or lifestyle choices.
Embrace the idea of body positivity and promote a healthy body image for your child, regardless of their size or weight.
Refrain from blaming or shaming your child for their weight, as it can negatively impact their self-esteem and relationship with food.
Seek guidance from healthcare professionals to address your child's weight concerns in a healthy and compassionate manner.
Focus on fostering healthy habits, such as nutritious eating and regular physical activity, rather than solely emphasizing weight loss or appearance.