This week in the magazines – Too fat to look after my...

This week in the magazines – Too fat to look after my son

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Rachel Butler

 

It’s fair to say that most women, at some point in their lives, feel they want to lose some weight… but it can be tough. Telling your weight-loss story to a magazine can help inspire others! At Sell My Story we hear from hundreds of women who have been on an incredible journey to slim down.

Take Kerry, for example. When her weight ballooned from 16st to 35st, she relied on a mobility scooter to get around and had to sleep in the living room. Eventually, Kerry, 32, became so fat that social services decided she was unable to care for her young son Ewan properly – and took him off her. After gastric surgery Kerry has now shrunk to 14st 12lbs, but has been forced to give up legal guardianship of her boy – to her mum. She’s sees Ewan every week as she rebuilds her life. We sold her story to That’s Life magazine. Read it below.

Kerry's story in That's Life
Kerry’s story in That’s Life

If you want to tell your weight-loss story, fill in the form to your right and we’ll give you a call.

OTHER STORIES PUBLISHED THIS WEEK

Joanna's story in Full House
Joanna’s story in Full House

CAN YOU FIX DADDY IN HEAVEN?

Joanna, 35, was pregnant with a baby boy when her husband Adam was killed in a horrific car accident on his way to work. Adam had longed for a son, telling Joanna it would ‘make his life complete.’ Baby Jaycob was born 18 weeks after his dad’s death. Now six, Jaycob is becoming more like Adam every day. Her moving story is in this week’s Full House magazine.

 

 

I LOST MY BLOKE, THEN I LOST ALL MY HAIR

Amanda, 33, was devastated when her partner of 15 years left her for another woman – and got engaged just six months later. A week after the shocking news, Amanda’s hair started falling out in clumps and within a year of the split she was completely bald. Her confidence sank. Still bald, she has now learnt to accept her looks and has a new partner. We placed her story in the Mirror’s Your Life supplement.

Louise's story in Real People
Louise’s story in Real People

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MOTHER OF ALL MIRACLES!

As newly-weds Louise, now 47, and husband Bernard, 64, tried desperately to have a baby, but without success. After Louise suffered an ectopic pregnancy and they spent thousands on IVF, the couple accepted they would remain childless. 17 years later, Louise made a shocking discovery – she was pregnant. A second baby followed and last month Louise had twins. Fertility experts say the odds are similar to winning the lottery! We sold her amazing story to Real People magazine.

 

IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT SELLING YOUR STORY TO A MAGAZINE, CALL US TODAY ON 0117 9076934. YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT US BY FILLING IN THE FORM AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.

 

By Helen O’Brien Google