Honesty the best policy?

I work out 5 to 6 days a week,, I guess I am in pretty good shape for a 37 year old. I was in the gym the other day, and a heavy woman ask me to show her some ab exercises,, I did. Then she ask me if I thought she was fat,, I told her I didn't think she was. After that,, she started to give excuses why she couldn't lose weight. Losing weight is easier than gaining weight ,, watch what you eat and and exercise. Burn more calories than you consume and you will lose weight.
Should I have told her the truth and hurt her feelings or should I have agreed with what she was saying,and give her false beliefs? dunno confused sigh
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hahahaha...everyone has a mirror...just testing...or...just trying to pick you!grin
we have to watch what we consuming every day.
I think that is basic health policy,and very important for us.
I don't go the jim. but keeping stretching body morning, before go bed.
I always walking with my neighbor's dog about 5 or 6 miles.
after went the party.
This is my way to burn my calories ....

I don't know what kind food your friend eating everyday .....
but guess,her muscles is gaining than before .. not fat ....
therefore,seems gaining weight now .....??
Reason is why my friend never lost her weight even went to the jim everyday.
but she lost her weight little by little in a few months.
she is still good shape now.

Probably,we have some different mechanisms between men and women's body.

I can't avoid to craving sweet temptations at the party.
grin hug cheers
Hi Ineedlove2,not wanting to hurt this person was kind.But if it were myself I would already know that I was or wasn't fat.She was probably looking for something else.Acceptance maybe?Anyway there is always a way to speak the truth to someone.But that is all about ones perception.conversing
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