December 01, 2010 08:00 AM by Lisa Princ
Last week on makeover week on The Biggest Loser on NBC, we watched as a made over Lisa Mosely had an emotional visit with her daughter and then became the next player eliminated. But we all know that Lisa had a desire to go home the entire time she was at the ranch. In a post elimination interview Lisa explains why she made those comments and how the game play affected her. Keep reading for more details!
It was no secret that The Biggest Loser‘s Lisa Mosely wanted off the ranch after only being there a few weeks, but what were her real reasons? in a post elimination interview, Lisa reveals that it was the negative game play environment that made her feel that way. Lisa told reporters “To clear it up, I didn’t want to go home because it was hard. I didn’t want to go home because I didn’t want to do it. I wanted to go home because I wanted to do it in a very positive environment where you felt you were making positive changes and things like that.To me, my experience at the ranch wasn’t that for a long time because the gameplay was hard to be around, and the manipulation and things like that. But I’m glad that I got to face those things because it really helped me work on issues that I didn’t even know I needed to work on. So making it as long as I did was a blessing in disguise.”
Lisa Mosely, whose daughter had stopped eating and drinking because “she didn’t want to look like mommy” goes on to brag that her daughter looks at her completely differently now and she has a better handle on parenting because of her weight loss. “Parenting, everything I do – I mean, every breath I take is different. It’s hard to be a role model when you’re negative. It’s like doing something bad and telling your kids not to do it while you’re doing it in front of them. No parent should be that kind of role model for their child. A parent shouldn’t show there child that instead of facing their issues and doing what you need to do you eat to feel better. When it starts to affect them, that’s when you know it’s gone way too far. So it’s amazing and it’s everything I ever wanted it to be.” Lisa says of her changed parenting ways.
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