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Confessions of an Obese Child

By A. Gregory Luna

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Confessions of an Obese Child (COC) was originally a part of the Naturopathic Earth Radio family until Sept 2017 when it became its own feed. COC is a sanctuary for those who were overweight as a child. Here, former obese child, A. Gregory Luna, highlights singular experiences from his youth that transformed his most formative years into a time of frustration, loneliness, and distorted eating habits. Listen as he discusses his journey from an broken obese child to becoming the successful, though flawed man he is today. He will also offer keys to not only weight loss, but more importantly, weight maintenance as he has been able to keep his weight loss for over a quarter-of-a-century.

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Honest, real, therapeutic

This podcast is an honest, funny, yet real view into the world of a formerly obese child and teenager. The host goes into deep issues of his past that many of us can relate to, in one way or another. I can't wait to hear more and hope for this to be a therapeutic forum for obese and overweight people everywhere. Thank you!

Poignant, funny but honest

This podcast is for a very niche specific audience. I think those people who grew up overweight or parents who currently have overweight children should listen to the podcast. He covers universal themes that happened to our children but also specific ones that happened to kids who are outcasts and in particular obese. He tells the stories in vignettes, isolated episodes that he remembers from his past. Some of them are painful and it's sad to think that kids treated him this way. But he does a good job of going on tangents that are pretty funny though sometimes he goes to off topic and talks about politics. Which might offend people who are not of his persuasion. Also his accents might be deemed by sensitive people as offensive as well. But as a whole I recommend the podcast and I hope he begins to interview people who shared similar stories as he promises to do.

Awesome podcast

Really great listen! Highly recommended

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