I said something recently about how certain people try and criticise those that work for a lean, toned, slim physique.
About how it seems ok to do that, but it's certainly NOT ok to criticise for being overweight and out of shape.
It reminded me of a time a few years back.
I was with my two older sisters. Both of whom are in the obese range.
My eldest sister was once again going on about my weight loss. For some reason she can't let it go.
My other sister, who was the biggest of the three of us at the time, stopped her by asking "Hey, how come you have a go at her for being so slim, but you don't say anything to me about being so big? Why's that ok?".
My eldest sister didn't have an answer. And that very rarely happens.
Like I've said before, it's not ok.
I personally have offered to help both of them since personally losing four stone of excess fat. I have never criticised them. Any time they have said anything about their weight, I've offered advice and support.
It's wrong to insult someone from either end of the scale (pun intended).
Sure, if you believe someone has gone too far, and they are losing weight to the point of negatively impacting their health, then it's ok to try talk to them. But do it gently. Don't go all guns blazing. It's not cool.
Have respect. Choose your words carefully, as we should all the time.