Dear Amy: My 31-year-old daughter is “happy with her size.” She doesn’t seem to mind that she’s nearly 300 pounds at 5-foot 5-inches tall — until she has a mood swing and then she gets mad at me because I’m not big like her.
I never bring up the subject — ever.
I don’t know what to say and have to be very careful how I address the subject. Other than that, we get along well.
I do worry that her health is at risk, but I don’t dare say a word about her being overweight.
All (or most) of her friends are also very large.
She resents my being smaller. I don’t know what to do or say.
— At a Loss (for Words)
Dear At a Loss: If you never discuss weight with your daughter, it’s not quite clear how you know that she resents you so deeply.
She is an adult and she is free…
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