Dear Renee Zellweger (and other Movie Stars Who Have to Gain Weight for Their Roles),
Man, do I feel for you! People think it must be fun to gain weight for a movie role, but I now realize just how difficult it is. Over the last 3-4 months, I've packed on a good 13-15 lbs. due to stress brought about by a cross-country move, which has a lot of saying good-bye to people at bars/restaurants.
The weight gain is driving me nuts. I spent a long time losing 20 lbs, and to have most of it creep back on is frustrating. I got rid of my fat clothes, and now I'm in grave danger of needing them again. I feel the heaviness. I feel how parts of my body have expanded, and it's both frustrating and disgusting. I've let my hard work go to waste, and I feel pretty gross and down on myself because of it. I imagine you felt much the same way when gaining weight for the Bridget Jones movies--and you did it twice! I mean, even with the nice paycheck, it had to be tough to do this to yourself, right?
Once we move, I'm going to focus on whittling off the pounds, but I don't really want to spend another year losing this weight. How'd you shave it off so quickly? Any tips would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!