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Weight Watchers: Is There Too Much Pressure on Jessica Simpson to Loss the Baby Weight?

Jessica Simpson Too Much Pressure?

It would suck to be Jessica Simpson. Having millions of dollars in the bank, a great big house and her trademark long blond locks would be pretty rad, but the amount of pressure she is under… right after giving birth? I would not wish that on anyone.  Jessica Simpson’s issues with her post baby body are far more complicated and expensive than any normal person would be faced with.

 She is in a odd position, with not just the world watching, but with a multi-million dollar Weight Watchers award hanging over her head. Jessica Simpson doesn’t have the luxury to just rest after giving birth, to hole up in her house and just let her body rest.  She has lose her baby weight, and lose it fast  at a rate of fifty pounds in five months. And the pressure is apparently taking a toll…

Radaronline reported that, “She’s so emotional,” a friend said, “She doesn’t want to go to the gym.” She is like every new mom and doesn’t want to leave Maxwell’s side. “She doesn’t want to leave her baby. Sometimes she just starts crying. It’s hard for her,” In Touch magazine reported.

“She gets so upset. She wants her body back so badly, but it’s beyond hard.” But the motive is a little off. Radaronline stated the source saying that she’s doing it for her daughter, “Jessica wants to set a good example for Maxi. She wants to teach her daughter to have a healthy lifestyle.” But we all know it’s probably far more about the money than some moral lesson.

Do you think new moms should not put this kind of intense pressure on themselves for their sake of their sanity, their sons and daughters and family?

Also check out : Jessica Simpson Working Hard to Loss the Baby Weight

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