Heaviest Living Woman
September 8, 2011 by Post Team
Heaviest Living Woman, Pauline Potter is the world’s heaviest woman living with a weight of 643 pounds in February 2011. She is called to be listed in Guinness World Records in 2012, but he told People magazine that would like to find someone to help you improve your health.
“Everything that people take for granted, those are the things you dream,” Potter said people not being able to live the life I wanted. “I’m not living. I want more.”
Its weight keeps you from doing simple things like driving a car, dance dressed in the morning, the magazine said. And since Guinness is weighing for seven months, Potter believes he has gained more weight. It is now estimated that about 700 pounds.
Potter decided to share her story with the world and enter the popular world of archival records, since he wants to help. She told People that she hopes that someone, like a doctor or nutritionist, reading about it and offer help.
“I do not like people to think badly of me, but I’m willing to risk that for aid,” he said. “I have much love to give, and I want to be able to help others, but I need some help right now.”
Potter said he has struggled with her weight since she was eight years, described herself as a “compulsive eater.” She was 400 pounds when she gave birth to her son Dillon, now 19. His dream is to be able to go biking with him and be able to attend the movies. He also wants to continue their nursing studies.
“I let my weight stop me in so many things,” he said. “I let him hurt me.”
The 2012 World Book of Records is set to be released September 15
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