1. Single them out and oversaturate them with positive reinforcement whenever they make even the most basic of healthy choices. Treat them like a toddler that is finally learning how to poop on their own.
2. Act like they are ruining all the fun when they make healthy choices while eating out.
3. When it comes to offering baked goods, refuse to take “No” for an answer.
4. If they decide to unleash their Inner Fat Kid for once, ask them, “Aren’t you supposed to be on a diet?”.
5. If you ever suspect even the slightest amount of weight gain, act like the Skinny Police and make a comment.
6. Ask them what their starting weight was, how many pounds they have lost or what they currently weigh. Act like since they are losing weight, you have the right to know.
7. Provide your opinion on how much you think they should weigh or how much more they should lose.
8. If and when they reach a healthy weight, imply that they aren’t allowed to talk about struggling with their weight anymore.
9. Express your concern about them getting too thin when they are at a healthy weight or even overweight.
10. Remind them that most people just gain the weight back, and imply they shouldn’t believe in themselves because they will probably be one of them.