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Do you believe the way you treat lows contributed to any weight gain you have experienced?
Yes. I know I go overboard to treat lows.
 
I always suspected, but I'm not really sure.
 
No. I have gained weight but I don't blame my lows.
 
No. My weight is as it should be.
 
I actually need to gain weight, not lose.
 
Other
 

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