Sue Scheff: Fitsmi for Moms - Does your teen daughter struggle with her weight?

Fitsmi is a place for teen girls who are struggling with their weight and ready to make a change and they have now expanded into a place for parents to help their teens.  Here is a note from the founder who was recently featured on Dr. Oz.

Dear Moms (and Dads),

Welcome! My name is Linda Frankenbach and as a formerly overweight teen myself, I know how difficult it can be both to lose weight and to live with the social stigma that is so often an additional burden. So I founded, a website for teen girls struggling to lose weight, and a companion site, Fitsmi for Moms. Because when a teen decides to make a difference in her life, no one is in a better position to help her succeed than her mom.

Unfortunately, many moms feel helpless to affect change in their daughters' lives. They often blame themselves, encounter dubious advice and feel isolated. And with a fast-food joint on every corner, the world can seem stacked against them. But it doesn't have to be that way. We're here to help with tangible, teen-friendly changes, expert advice, illuminating blogs, good food strategies, and the occasional laugh or two. Best of all, at Fitsmi for Moms you can talk to moms just like you, who know how hard it can be to get their families on the right track. You are not alone.

Collectively, Fitsmi’s tools provide moms like you with a sense of empowerment to make a difference not only in their teen's life, but in their own. I am deeply excited to launch Fitsmi for Moms and hope you will join me to make this an ever-richer place for parents everywhere who care about raising a healthier generation.

Warm regards,

Linda Frankenbach

P.S. If you have any questions or suggestions on how to make Fitsmi or Fitsmi for moms better, please email us at .

Fitsmi and Fitsmi for Moms are properties of Life180, Inc.

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