Being overweight can lead to a variety of physical health problems, but it can also have a significant impact on one’s mental and emotional well-being. The trauma of being overweight often involves feelings of shame, self-blame, and a sense of being judged or stigmatized by others. Negative comments from peers and society’s unrealistic beauty standards can make those struggling with their weight feel isolated and misunderstood. Additionally, the constant pressure to lose weight can lead to an unhealthy obsession with food and exercise, causing further psychological distress. These feelings of trauma can also make it challenging to maintain healthy habits and can lead to a cycle of weight gain and loss, further exacerbating the mental and physical strain of being overweight.